Seth declares himself “absolutely speechless” at the news Poor Man’s Heaven is at number six in the mid-week album charts. Last Wednesday at Perranporth he begged the audience to go buy the album to get it in the top 100 and told The Plymouth Herald that “if it went top twenty, we [would] be getting the champagne out”. So news it’s hit the top 10 and looks likely to stay there has him “completely bowled over”

“It means we’re up there with the Ting Tings and Duffy; this is a folk record for goodness’ sake! … the album should be sure to stay in the top ten, and with all the promo may even stand a chance of going higher.”

Not bought the album yet? What are you waiting for?! Let’s get folk in the top ten this weekend!

‘Chart news is music to Seth’s ears’, This is Plymouth, 2 July 2008 »