Hidden Giants / Wonders of the Yukon + others
Lending Room @ The Library, Leeds.
“Really been enjoying them – great playing and song-writing” - Simon Raymonde (Bella Union & ex Cocteau Twins)
This event is for over 18s only - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.
A band of electric guitars, plaintive melodies, narratives, reverb, and tremolo telling stories of hope, loss, courage and love.
Their sound is original and their own, with a rich vocal-led approach which crosses many influences and decades.
They've written some class new songs and will be airing some of them, ahead of their release on their next two EPs, due autumn 2018.
Wonders of the Yukon
“Really been enjoying them – great playing and song-writing” - Simon Raymonde (Bella Union)
West coast harmonies. DIY punk ethos. Melody, riffs ‘n’ country soul.
‘Quintessentially English Americana’
Andy Campbell and Dave Langdale find themselves in pre-existential crisis wondering where it has all gone wrong. Careers in music seemingly behind them. Now careers are in drug therapy, education, evenings of red wine-induced fugs. They fall back into writing songs.
Songs about life not always being as it seems. The flip-side. Songs with literal meanings amidst the ambiguous, abstract, bleak and oblique. Songs about the world and the human condition from the comfort and terror of midlife. Songs of Mild Peril.
Liam has been performing, writing and recording music in a variety of outfits for the last decade. Following the release of his first solo E.P. 'Restless' last year he is now playing with his own band. His captivating live performances combine high energy, raucous noise with delicate melodies and intricate lyricism. All tied together with his gut wrenching, emotional vocals, the live portrayal of his songs is both powerful and poignant
Molly is a singer-songwriter from Leeds, playing soulful covers and her own material which is well written with clever lyrics and great subtle guitar skills.
She is a wonderful talent on our scene and has previously appeared at the Brudenell and live in session on BBC Radio Leeds.