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Hi. My name is Christy but I’m also know as Chris. In the band, I play guitar and sing as well! I hate cheese very much and have banned the rest of Faramach from eating Wotsits. However, cheesy Doritos are the best!!! When I joined the band, I made the choice to let them try Biscoff Spread. The jar was finished within a day and now we bring it everywhere. I joined Faramach just after they did their trip to Nova Scotia and my favorite song to play changes all the time.


I sing and play the fiddle in Faramach and am kinda the boss on stage – when anything goes wrong I always fix it with a quick bit of witty banter! I love playing in the band, and REALLY loved our residency at The Old Triangle in Nova Scotia. It was awesome seeing the audiences growing during the week. Outside Faramach I also play the viola at grade 8 level and the piano. When I’m not doing music I am a Staff Sergeant in the Army Cadet Force. I’m hoping to study medicine when I leave school which will be scarily soon!

I’m Caitlin, I am the master of all fretted instruments (!) I play acoustic guitar, electric guitar and mandolin and I also sing a bit. I love to cook, bake (much to Faramach’s delight) and love nothing more than to watch Master Chef USA. A gig is going great for me when I haven’t broken a G String... I love Nutella because… you know… who doesn’t? If you don’t then shame on you! I do a good Australian accent. Apart from being a bit of a laughing stock (Barbie) I’m really into Sciences and Mathematics. Hence why I have applied to do Biomedical Sciences at University. Another goal I have is to open up my own music bar like The Old Triangle in Nova Scotia, and I want to live in different countries and discover different cultures (but mainly food).

Hey, it’s Tasha!! I play keyboard and accordion in the band. I started playing accordion when it was handed to me as I walked into my first band practice, a bit of a shock but we got there in the end. I also play fiddle, however not in the band. I have been in Faramach for three years and my favorite moments have been when everyone is together after gigs. I have successfully broken six accordions and my favorite song we play is I Will Wait as I get to play around with the keyboard sounds!!



A woman of mystery, legend has it Oli was raised by a tooth fairy. Her keyboard skills were forged while she built and tested piano keys made from all the teeth collected.

Of course such a woman of mystery wouldn’t only have skills on the piano - our Oli can also sing and play the guitar, as well as being able to write fabulous tunes. Her dancing skills are a sight to behold too!

I'm Matthew. I play bass in Faramach. I also play violin and have recently picked up guitar. I play rugby for Dunfermline . I love music and I would like to become a musician or music teacher when I leave school.


Hi my name’s Ethan. I’m often seen wrestling alligators and eating trees. In my spare time I coach Kung fu for chameleons or I’m teaching army ants sign language. I ride scooters up extreme inclines and cook five minute rice in three minutes. I can throw clocks at birds with deadly accuracy and I once had to build a whole Ikea shelf without the instructions. At the weekends I participate in full contact origami. I trained for a year off the grid in the Himalayas learning how to read upside down. All in all my life’s pretty fun oh and I play drums.


Hi. I’m Charlotten. I am one of two techies for Faramach. Apart from my mediocre tech skills, legend has it that I also play violin and piano although nobody knows for sure. One thing about myself which annoys me is how red my face is, and how red it goes at the biggest or smallest thing. I recommend a good full-coverage foundation. One of my greatest qualities, other than my love of food (specifically junk food) is how I am very passive aggressive but I also give people compliments at the same time, so people don’t notice. I am widely known as a strange, coolish gal. BAM!
*drop the mic*
The End

Hey! I’m Elise and I mainly look after the lighting in the band. I am also a singer but I’m way too shy to ever sing on stage. When I’m not tangled up in cables I like taking my cats for walks and progressing my life size cross stitch of Tom Jones.
People generally don’t really understand me - I’m pretty mysterious really.



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