Two singer-songwriters unite for memorable Bristol gig
Enter a heartfelt melodic soundscape with two singer-songwriters who push sonic boundaries while delivering damn good story-telling songs.
Duotone, aka Barney Morse-Brown (cellist with triple-platinum artist Birdy) is a singer-songwriter creating evocative folk songs fusing electronica with crystal-clear vocals, guitar and cello, distilled with classical grace.
“A hidden gem.” — Observer
“[The] sound is light but cleverly layered, the songs minimal but resonant.” — Guardian/Observer
“…Spring-clear acoustic guitar lines backed by sombre cello harmonies.”
— Guitarist Magazine
Larkhall is Chicago-born Charlie Williams, a pianist who brings an indie-classical sensibility to his anthemic, melodic songs. His entrancing lyrics are raised up by the rise and swell of lyrical, heart-opening piano and strings. Expect unconventional add-ons including Blu Tack, one-handed drumming and metronome-as-percussion.
“…Spoke directly to the Nils Frahm fan in me… glorious, heartfelt melody… a coming-of-age for the lead character on the big screen of my mind.”— Fresh on the Net
“…Demonstrates a virtuosity that deserves a very large audience.”— Kreiszeitung (DE)
“Exceptional, powerful… something you need to experience.”— No More Division