Scottish Gospel Folkster Withered Hand takes to The Waiting Room stage this Sunday to bring about some glorious tranquility in the midst of the jingle jangle silly season.
“The UK’s best lyricist” – King Creosote, in The Independent
“Killer melodies … wobbly folk grooves … tunes full of warm, woozy sing-song charm” – ‘Artist to Watch’ – Rolling Stone
“Beautifully constructed lyrical frameworks … on this banjo-tinged brand of Caledonian gospel” – **** MOJO
AND IT'S A DOUBLE BILL!
paired with the Japanese folk-jazz fusion of Yama Warashi
Yama Warashi is formed by Bristol-based Japanese artist Yoshino Shigihara with eclectic band members. Her music has a dreamy evocative sound with a shadow of moon cake, inspired by Japanese folk dance music, Bon Odori(盆踊り), free jazz and African music with a slice of electric psychedelia. Yoshino plays keyboard, percussions and sings songs in her mother tongue about mycelium, nuclear power stations and broken O.
It promises to be a special night. TICKETS