Twelfth Day *
This is not so much a duo, but a two person quartet. Their two distinctly different voices, the fiddle, and the pedal harp, build layer upon layer of a complex and ever-evolving sound, rich with rhythm, harmony and texture.
Twelfth Day are happy to be hard to define. Classically trained, they bring outstanding technical ability as well as an adventurous mix of folk, jazz and classical influences to their compositions and arrangements - blended with the folklore and inspirations of their respective Scottish Highland and Lowland upbringings.
Jeremy Tuplin is a singer-songwriter from Somerset, now living in London. He has released two EPs and his debut album, ‘I Dreamt I Was Astronaut’ came out on Folkwit Records in September this year. He stands out among the crowded singer/songwriter market with his intricate lyricism, perceptive observations, sly humour and highly refined, gentlemanly delivery.
“A cosmic gem” – Clash Music
“A distinctive, deep vocal that has hints of Leonard Cohen and Bill Callahan” – The Telegraph Culture
Tickets £11 / £10 concessions.
Doors open 7.45pm.