Ralfe Band are a British band started by songwriter Oly Ralfe and drummer Andrew Mitchell and has included various other members. Their debut album 'Swords' was released in UK in 2005 by Skint Records and elsewhere in Europe in 2007 by Talitres Records, with bonus tracks. The second album 'Attic Thieves' was released in 2008 by Loose and Talitres Records. The band have toured across Europe and performed on two main stages at the Glastonbury Festival as well as at festivals as far flung as Istanbul and Ireland. An animated video for the single 'Women of Japan' directed by Nigel Coan and Ivana Zorn won Best Music Video at South By Southwest film festival in 2006. It was based on drawings made by Oly Ralfe, who also creates all artwork imagery used for album and single releases. Ralfe Band created the soundtrack for the British feature film Bunny and the Bull which was released in November 2009. The band also appeared in The Mighty Boosh television series in the episode 'The Legend of Old Gregg' where they played musicians in a pub.