The Punt Sessions


TabTV spent the day on the Cam in the freezing cold with the fantastic and lovely Sophie Jamieson.

TabTV spent a fantastic (if freezing) day listening to the haunting sounds of Sophie Jamieson. Stay tuned for Part Two with Sophie on Monday:

You can find out more about Sophie on her Facebook page.

In association with punting-in-cambridge.co.uk and Cambridge Strolls.

Directed by Emily Dance

Edited by Ashleigh Maly, Daisy Turvey and Emily Dance

Camera: Daisy Turvey and Max Toomey

Produced by Nick Harris

Punting: Declan O’Connor 

@MaxToomey
  • Sophie Jamieson

    is very pretty

  • LAD

    I ABSOLUTELY LOOOOOOOVE SOPHIE JAMIESON!

  • Wow.

    Haunting voice.

  • Fred

    Beautiful

  • Great work

    This is just so… nice.

  • I can’t stop

    listening to this.

  • i love

    the low flying mallard. and sophie.

  • Beautiful

    I mean, really really good. But you should use a wooden pole. The metal on rock noise is distracting.

    • YEs

      seconded

  • Decent music

    to do a pensive poo to, but nothing more.

  • Helen Meissner

    stunning – and if you like this, come to Hertfordshire on 21st September for FOLKSTOCK, a new festival showcasing this lovely singer/songwriter Sophie Jamieson and lots of other young acoustic folk and roots artists, bringing all the strands of beautiful music into the same field. National names and new ones! And I agree about the pole…. 😉

  • J’aime

    The punt sessions so far are fantastic. Good old fashioned family fun. Seriously, well done.

  • Who’s up next?

    Max singing mambo number 5 in his glittery y-fronts?

  • That would definitely be

    “haunting”

  • Pretty enough

    But no substance to it. Voice is weak and performance is non-existent.

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