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Woods + Jim Johnston + Cat Green Bike
All ages (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult and leave by midnight).
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The foundations of Brooklyn’s Woods lie in the small rear-house apartment bedroom of Jeremy Earl, who took to recording his eerily somber acoustic songs in 2005 as little more than a humble personal outlet.
After several singles and albums, the live line-up solidified with the inclusion of multi-instrumentalist Jarvis Taveniere, bassist Kevin Morby and cassette-collage maestro G. Lucas Crane.
With their live sound now in place, the band released the equally lauded follow-up albums “At Echo Lake” and “Sun and Shade” and most recently, “Bend Beyond”. With the recent addition of Aaron Neveu on drums to the live band, the ever-evolving group has extensive touring plans.
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Bristol-based songwriter and guitarist Jim Johnston's debut solo release is an Indie rock epic entwined with tales of love, darkness & resurrection (think Syd Barrett meets Jimi Hendrix and The Smiths). Voyage of Oblivion was recorded live in a day and encapsulates vintage, classic rock & Indie sounds of the 60's, 70's and 80's.
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Aka Xenia Randle who plays the ukulele and the saw. Her minimal micro-epic ukelele sub-balladry brims with the wry witticisms of a closet English eccentric. Gingerly plucked melodic lines with prog-rock spines are interwoven with a satiric, dryly humoured vocal counterpoint in hushed home-counties tones.
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Venue: The Fleece
→ Bristol Temple Meads 8 min walk