'Our aim is longevity': Ward Thomas on following up their No.1 triumph

Ben Homewood

A turkey dawdles in a clearing, turning its head suddenly to eyeball Music Week with suspicion. Behind it, two chickens emerge through the mist, while a peacock struts a few yards away. Welcome to Ward Thomas country.

The green hills of Hampshire are in the grip of winter, and we’ve come to meet 24-year-old twin sisters Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas in the sprawling farmhouse where they conceived the bulk of their third album, Restless Minds, due for release on ...

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