This was followed by an EP Borrowed Flag last year, and White Label Kafka EP released earlier this year.
It's a release that demonstrates The Pottos versatile approach to songwriting and their keen ear for melody.
The entire six track White Label Kafka is a joy to listen to, from the bouncy indie-ness of One Of Many Imaginary Monologues, the grittier A Life In Black And White and the moodier Boscombe Promenade to the joyful Sugar Makes You Happy Now, the more guitar driven single Your Room and finally the melodiously reflective Youth, possibly my favourite track on The Pottos EP.
The band toured extensively throughout 2014 and 2015 sharing stages in Italy with the likes of Frontier Ruckus (USA), Ulan Bator (France), The Blue Lenas (UK). One of these Italian tours saw them accompanied by Foster who made an appearance at a Creation Nights Session, where he was interviewed about his stellar career in music against the backdrop of The Pottos live performance and the crowd's raucous reception.