Paper Aeroplanes will launch their debut album this month at Burnett’s Hill Chapel, Martletwy.

Members Sarah Howells, of Milford Haven and Richard Llewellyn, of Cardigan, release their blend of folk/pop The Day We Ran Into the Sea, on May 3rd, but the live launch at Burnett’s Hill is not to be missed.

The Day We Ran Into The Sea is a musical memoir that details the raw, universal feelings and experiences we all go through when dealing with break ups and shakes ups, love and loss.

Each song on the album has a commercial pop sensibility in line with bands like Fleetwood Mac, The Carpenters and The Corrs.

However, with Sarah’s distinct, haunting vocals the songs have a more leftfield leaning, reminiscent of Beth Gibbons, Regina Spektor, and Kristin Hersh.

The album is a mixture of folky, acoustic elements and electric guitars, laced with Celtic elements.

Paper Aeroplanes are back in Pembrokeshire for the first time in a year since receiving huge support from Radio 2 and Radio Wales for their first single Lifelight.

Paper Aeroplanes, with support from Narberth’s Caroline Harrison, will play Burnett’s Hill Chapel, Martletwy on April 23rd.

Tickets are £5 from Pembroke Bookshop.

Call 01646 685144 or visit for details.