Wed 6th Mar at 7:00pm
@ Old Queens Head, London
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Never miss another 'Thank Pablo' show
Earmusic At The Old Queens Head: Thank Pablo + Sea Stacks + Bon Bon + Hattie Whitehead
eARmusic pick their favourite bands and acoustic acts to play feature length sets. Often folk led, sometimes electro fuelled, at one of London’s finest venues - great sound, friendly staff and always a good crowd to entertain.
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Sea Stacks is the creation of Davy Berryman. Combining orchestral instrumentations to create wind and string-strafed indie music that takes influence from Jonsi/Sigur Rós and Sufjan Stevens, amongst others.
In 2013 Sea Stacks released 'The High Tide', accompanied by music video, the first of several releases planned throughout the year.
Sea Stacks tour dates
Hattie Whitehead was born and raised in South West London constantly surrounded by music and words. She has been singing since she can remember, taping her first album at the tender age of 3, with her dad on guitar. The daughter of a jazz musician and a poet, she heard a lot of jazz and folk like James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Tracy Chapman and this began to shape her taste in music.
Some years later, Hattie completed a music degree at Leeds University, gigging alongside her studies, and soon after finishing she discovered a passion for writing her own songs. A year later, she brought her band together and began performing her new material around London, to a great response.
Hattie’s love for different styles of music is reflected in her writing where there is a clear folk influence, but other genres are distinguishable, notably Indie and Alternative, with occasional jazz inflections in her vocal melodies.
Hattie Whitehead tour dates
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Venue: Old Queens Head
Enquiries: 0207 354 9993
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