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Charlie on Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Tim you are a double genius both musically and comically! I live in Edinburgh and was so hoping you could be at the festival this year - please come and play here soon!

Kristian Sand Dige on Sunday, 2 August 2015

Hi Tim. By this point, your songs have surpassed classic rock as my favourite bus ride music. I listen to you practically every day and own all your albums. I've introduced you to anyone why cared to listen to me for long enough to say the magical three syllables, and i haven't met anyone who took my advice but didn't like you. Trouble is, I live in the tiny country of Denmark, and you never seem to want to visit. What's that all about, man? I'm sure you'd feel right at home here. I'm also convinced that you could fill any venue my majestic country has to offer. If nothing else then, because it's always cold and raining here, you'll sell tickets just so people don't have to stay outside. It's perfect, even Metallica thinks so! And no worries, Denmark has the worlds highest proficiency index in English as a second language, so none of your jokes or puns would be lost here. Denmark is also known for its dark humour, which you could see from our cinematography if you knew our language as well as we know yours. In short: Come to Denmark and play one of your gigs - it'll be a blast! :D

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