Susanne Sundfør is
a music icon in the making. The singer/songwriter and producer
combines beautiful crafted folk-songs with synth-pop, and her
latest album Music for People in Trouble is stark and
beautiful, often stripped back to Sundfør's wonderful
voice which has an anti-pop tone. Sundfør stands out for
her simplicity and remarkable talents of vocal flexibility and
Hailing from deep in the Welsh mountains,
Novo Amor is the alias of Welsh
multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Ali Lacey. His
emotive vocals and the sounds he uses, often formed through sonic
experimentation, make for fantastically atmospheric songs that are
both moving and striking.
This evening will take you on a mesmerising
journey of compelling storytelling and arresting vocals.
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Tickets and reductions
Boxes (maximum of 6 people)
What the papers say...
'Sundfør's most poignant and personal
album to date, 'Music For People In Trouble' marks her
out as one of the most compelling artists in the world. The album
was inspired by a journey Susanne made in a bid to re-connect,
travelling across continents to contrary environments and
politically contrasting worlds from North Korea to the Amazon
jungle'. Source - Bella Union
Novo Amor had the audience mesmerised from
start to finish. Every exquisite strand of instrumentation used
built to something grander, and it is clear how sonically driven
every element of his music is (presumably heavily influenced
by Lacey's career as a sound designer). However, the most
spellbinding sound of all comes from his delicate and fragile
falsetto. Source -
For Folk's Sake
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