Argh Siobhan Wilson's back! 🎉 She'll be joined by Granfalloon and Hannah Ashcroft. Tickets on sale now at the link below.
Tickets £8 adv / £10 otd: wegottickets.com/event/428003
Siobhan Wilson was brought up in Elgin, Morayshire and after some time absorbing the French culture in Paris returned to Scotland to the city of Glasgow where she currently resides. Since returning to Scotland Siobhan self-realised an EP, receiving critical praise and radio play across the BBC network (Radio 1, Radio 2, Radio 6 Music, BBC Scotland) and been championed by Lauren Laverne (BBC Radio 6 Music) as one of her Headphone Moments.
As well as playing many major venues and festivals in the UK (Celtic Connections, Cambridge Folk Festival, Wickerman), Siobhan Wilson has toured in the USA, France, Sweden, Belgium and Poland. She's performed with Willy Mason at T in the Park and supported the likes of Idlewild, Martha Reeves and Sophie Ellis-Bextor.
«We played this very track on Monday and, to be honest, the reaction to it was huge. Her voice, that instrumentation, those melodies!» — Lauren Laverne’s BBC 6Music Blog
“Swoonsome, jazz-inflected melodies in abundance” — Vic Galloway, BBC Radio Scotland
“Mesmerising… a hugely exciting talent” — The Scotsman
Granfalloon — granfalloonmusic.bandcamp.com
Granfalloon is the musical moniker of Manchester based songwriter Richard Lomax.
Lomax has played gigs with Emma Pollock (Delgados), The Wave Pictures and Jeffrey Lewis. Tours include UK, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Italy and Australia. Festivals include Festival No 6, Kendal Calling and Beatherder.
Hannah Ashcroft — soundcloud.com/hannahashcroft
Hannah Ashcroft is a Manchester based singer/songwriter and guitarist based, fitting somewhere between the folk, indie and alternative genres.
With a unique fingerpicking style influenced by the likes of John Martyn and Nick Drake, she combines intricate guitar parts and haunting melodies to explore themes of humanity, mythology and superstition.
After two years of playing around Australia she returned to the UK late last year to release her Melbourne made debut EP 'The Quiet Kind’, with tracks receiving airplay from BBC Introducing and BBC6 music.