Since then, they have released two more critically acclaimed albums, Garden (2005) and Queen Kale (2008) as well as making guest appearances on several compilation cds for labels such as Kalinkaland (Germany) and La Torre (Spain). Over the last six years, Pinknruby have performed throughout Britain, including several Glastonbury Festival performances, plus gigs in prestigious venues such as Cargo and The SEOne Club in London, and The Rain or Shine Club in Manchester. They recently appeared with a full string orchestra in Kingston Parish Church, London. The band have also played extensively in Europe, in venues such as Chateau Broceliande (France), Folkwoods Festival (The Netherlands), Elf Fantasy Fair (The Netherlands) and The Athens Music Theatre (Greece). Pinknruby perform in wild burlesque costumes and elaborately painted faces. This creates an otherworldly look to their stage performances which perfectly reflects their music. “Queen Kale is a phenomenal album.
For anyone into ethereal music with a love for folk and beauty this album is the holy grail.” Skarsnik, Heathen Harvest Magazine, US “This unique acoustic duo have become darlings of the alt-festival scene over the last couple of years. Appearing in fabulous costume replete with intricate face-painted masks watching Paul Bradbury and Mihaela Repina is a truly immersive and beautiful experience.” Will Wiles, Organiser, Newcastle Community Festival, UK "Mihaela Repina’s gorgeous voice with Paul Bradbury’s acoustic riffs make a heavenly combo. After performing at Glastonbury, the duo have built up a loyal fan base." Helen Dowd, The Sun, UK "A delightful collection of imaginative songs, inspired by diverse musical styles" Michael Shankland, Pentacle Magazine, US "Pinknruby are one of the most interesting songwriters around at the moment..." MVG, Funprox Magazine, France "If you enjoy uplifting music then you will find this album to be a true delight. It is like walking through the gardens of Paradise.
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