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From our stint at Sofar Sounds, Camden, in April 2017. Sean Genockey on guitar, John Hogg on bass and Andy Treacey on drums. We’ve since played at Camden Rocks Festival and then at Camden Oxjam in October. The mecca of live rock music in London 🙂
Check out this beautiful video, stitched together from stills taken by the Jupiter Periglove 06 from two missions to Jupiter, by Seán Doran. Originally set to the music of Space Odyssey, I thought it a lovely visual to go with my song Milky Way. Video courtesy NASA / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt / Seán Doran
It’s a busy few months coming up! I’ll be heading up to the shetland Islands to perform at the String Cafe and at the Sumburgh Lighthouse before hopefully going wildlife spotting. Then I’ll be performing at the 30th Mela at the New Art Exchange with Mendi Mohinder Singh. We’ll be playing a new composition for the event. After that I’m delighted to be once again out on tour with Scott Matthews. Scott is a beautiful singer and guitarist, as well as an Ivor Novello winning songwriter and I rate him highly. I was really pleased when he played and sang on my song Underwater. I loved the energy that he gave to the song and he got what I meant when I told him what it was about. Cryptic? I know. Check him out, he’s great. After that I will be going back into the studio 🙂 xx
Up in Glasgow I played a show at the gorgeous SWG3 with Calum Ingram, who I met at the Jack Bruce Memorial Concert set up by Malcolm Bruce. Since then Calum has accompanied me on the cello at my launch at the Slaughtered Lamb and we’ve remained friends since. Hatching plans and schemes, this is the beginning, and Calum will be accompanied by an amazing string quartet from The Royal Conservetoire Of Scotland. “What he does is very technical – he’s a Unique Artist” – Tony Visconti producer (David Bowie, Marc Bolen, Thin Lizzy, Morrissey…).
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