Slow You Down with a free concert from the Milk Float Stage

PUBLISHED: 11:42 25 June 2019 | UPDATED: 11:51 25 June 2019

Paul Thompson performs on his Milk Float Stage. Picture: Supplied by Paul Thompson

Paul Thompson performs on his Milk Float Stage. Picture: Supplied by Paul Thompson


A Sheringham singer/songwriter is on a mission to slow you down this summer, as he takes his new album ‘One Again’ out on the roads of Norfolk with his mobile milk float stage Bluebell.

Paul Thompson wrote and recorded the album for a master's degree in songwriting at Bath Spa University, which he applied for after his electric milk float broke down in Somerset, during a tour to Land's End raising money for Cancer Research.

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The album was inspired by a year living in the Mendip hills, and the opening track 'Chasing Dandelions' has a video that was shot in Sheringham Park.

His summer tour is called 'The Slow You Down Tour 2019', and any north Norfolk village with a 'Slow You Down' sign is in with a chance of winning a free concert, with his band performing from the Milk Float Stage.

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