The Congo Faith Healers are like nothing you have heard or experienced before. Combining gravel throated vocals with down and dirty grooves they are currently blazing a trail across the land with their intense and utterly compelling live shows. Falling somewhere between Tom Waits, Led Zepplin and something straight out of a David Lynch movie CFH are that truly unique beast: a band that blend their collective influences to create something totally fresh and exhilarating. With a drummer hailing from the Congo, double bass from Croatia acoustic guitarist from the streets of paris and a singer/songwriter a wandering poet from some undisclosed continent the band are as culturally diverse as the music they make. After their amazing performance supporting KT Tunstall for the Radio One sponsored "Little Noise" gig at The Union Chapel gigs are coming in thick and fast including a sold out show with Razorlight, Finley Quaye and Supergrass at the forum. Mark lamarr invited them as special guests on his bbc radio2 show -gods jukebox- being interviewed and playing five of there own songs live , building a incredible pedigree in a short time the future is positively blinding. after they floored audiences in Dubai at a Jack Daniels sponsored event the band have were asked to return for an extended tour of the Middle East and South Africa. They also be appeared on the mainstage at gibson centenary shows on the embankment and various festivals this summer.