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Watch | R.S.A.G release live performance of ‘This Winding Sheet’ ahead of Electric Picnic 2015

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With only days to go until R.S.A.G takes to the stage at Electric Picnic 2025, the artist has given festival goers a taste of what they can expect from a live video of his performance at last year’s event. 

Filmed by Paul Mahon and Bob Dixon at the Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow tent during last year’s Electric Picnic, the live rendition of ‘This Winding Sheet’ (taken from R.S.A.G’s Rotate E.P.) capture the artist in his element, late night, on stage before a packed out festival crowd.

Indeed, regular followers of R.S.A.G will know only too well the ferocity at which he throw himself into each performance, and the cyclical affect that has on both crowd and artist.

‘This Winding Sheet’ is a perfect example of why the multi-instrumentalist is one of the 40 acts chosen by TLMT as a must see at Electric Picnic 2015 (read full list here).

R.S.A.G will be hosting the Salty Dog Stage​ on Saturday night from 2am to 4am with very special guests Torann ​(drummers), Fearghal McKee ​& bassist John Colbert. And ​will also be performing at the Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow​earlier on Saturday at 9pm featuring McKee. 

Click below to watch R.S.A.G perform ‘This Winding Sheet’ live at Electric Picnic 2014. 

Video credits:
Filmed at The Jerry Fish Electric Sideshow by Paul Mahon and Bob Dixon. Edit by Paul Mahon. Mixed by James Darkin. Live sound by Mike Mcgrath.

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