We’re super excited to be hosting THE RIVER FLEET at Old St Pancras Church on Wednesday 27th April.
The night will feature live sets from us, internationally acclaimed hang player Manu Delago, and the very wonderful Daughter. In between there will be poetry from Hammer and Tongues, and Rockfeedback DJs will be on hand to fill the gaps. I’ll be writing more about all of the acts on this blog over the next few days, so keep checking.
The capacity for the show is extremely limited and there will only be 100 spaces available. an amazing chapel on one of the oldest religious sites in London.
There will be no advance tickets but you are able to reserve an entrance space for £5 by signing up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Just put THE RIVER FLEET in the subject field and the names of the people you want on the reserve list.
Each person on the reserve list will also be sent an exclusive new Monument Valley track for free before the show.
“…Monument Valley, another London-based solo artist masquerading as a band, releases the No Air EP. The title track is a minuscule 1:52 long (presumably he ran out of breath) and sounds like Lackthereof, while the second and third tracks sound more like Scotland’s Admiral Fallow. A promising debut best served on Christmas morning, nursing the hangover from Christmas Eve’s drunken debauchery…”
i’ve never heard of admiral fallow or lackthereof by the way.
we’ve been getting some nice attention over the last week or so, particularly on the radio. b of the bang got played on john kennedy’s xfm show a couple of weeks back, and was played on radio one and radio two this weekend. think it was played by rob da bank and steve lamaq on radio 1, not sure who put it on radio 2. you can have a look at the rob da bank playlist here.
also, from a little while ago, here’s an nme piece on the communion series at the flowerpot. i think the recordings from that are coming out before too long…not sure how legible this’ll be on here but we’re in the cast list and the last para.