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Sun 7th Apr at 6:00pm - 1:00am
@ Notting Hill Arts Club (NHAC), London
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Communion: Hey Sholay + Fun Adults + The Mispers + The Intermission Project + Green Apple Sea + Ajimal + To Kill A King + ATFL DJs
To Kill A King will be DJing only.
Hey Sholay are a five-piece group of musicians, filmmakers and artists from Sheffield and Leeds, who play a breed of psychedelic independent pop with a hint of the Northern Lights captured in a jam jar. They have been described as imperious masters of the contemporary anthemic chorus, with bright vibrant tunes and a beat guaranteed to make you tap your toes. Named as BBC6 and Drowned in Sound's 'Must See Band of 2012', they released their debut album '((o))' in Autumn last year too much critical acclaim.
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The Mispers are creating a serious buzz in the capital. Their music is above all energetic, with the live performances forcing people out of their seats and on to the dancefloor.
With one of the best male voices in the business, front-man Jack is often the subject of ferocious admiration but, behind him, the band provide a fantastic and unique platform.
The combination of eloquent simplicity on the rhythm guitar, 3-part harmonies on vocals, atmospheric and lively lead guitar, beautiful violin made of dreams, and dancey hip hop drums makes for a truly irresistible set-up.
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A folk-inspired five piece with comparisons being made from Keane to Arcade Fire. To Kill A King’s songs begin with lead singer Ralph Pelleymounter’s acoustic compositions, around which the band work in drums, bass, electric guitar, synth and other instruments. They focus on Pelleymounter’s lyrical narrative, with accompaniments ranging from tender instrumentals to climactic orchestral passages including strings, brass and five-part harmonies.
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Phone: 0207 460 4459
→ Paddington 15 min walk
→ Paddington 15 min walk
→ Notting Hill Gate 4 min walk