Fri 26th July, 20198:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)
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“One of the finest songwriters in Britain” (The Independent).
Peter Bruntnell, whose Nos Da Comrade was one of Mojo’s Americana albums of 2016, brings his 5 piece band with the legendary BJ Cole on pedal steel to promote his new release, King of Madrid.
Expect sublime atmospheric songs with a sixties pop influence and more than a hint of psychedelia.
“Bruntnell has a remarkable knack for turning out big, dreamy, melodic, memorable songs” – MOJO
“his songs are warm and beautifully radiant” – Uncut
“one of the finest songwriters in Britain” – The Independant
“one of England’s best kept musical secrets” – Rolling Stone
“lyrically ingenious and emotionally, intellectually affecting songs that bears comparison with the all-time greats” – The Guardian
“this wonderful album demonstrates why his near-peerless songwriting should be cherished” – Q
Bruntnell is up there with the very best. Irish Times
Nos Da Comrade – NO.7 in MOJO 2016 Americana albums of the year.
Sophia Marshall burst onto the UK Americana scene as one-half of highly acclaimed band The HaveNots (Cooking Vinyl Records), earning praise alongside as an accomplished female singer-songwriter within the alt-country music scene.
Since the launch of her solo career in 2015, Leicestershire’s Sophia Marshall has continued to develop and hone her own musical voice, showcasing her individuality alongside fond influences worn proudly on her sleeve, but always presented with sincerity and sometimes painful honesty.
Sophia’s gloriously sad ballads and strong sultry vocal performances reach out across genres to break any listener’s heart, whilst her more upbeat numbers will put smiles on faces and set toes tapping. She has even been known to reinterpret the occasional old HaveNots song, when performing with her new indie-folk/indie-pop full band line up.
“Marshall’s larynx is somewhere between Emmylou Harris and Hope Sandoval. Heartening stuff.” Uncut Magazine