Friday 26th February Schtumm…. is going to be Oober great and with some top tunes and tones to fill you full of cheer. Check out the FB page.
We’ve got the master cellist and musical magician Barney Morse-Brown of Duotone – and Ooberfuse – a fabulous electronica band from London.
DUOTONE is the alias of songwriter Barney Morse-Brown, cellist with multi-platinum artist Birdy and BBC Folk Award winners the Imagined Village, Chris Wood, Eliza Carthy and Jackie Oates. Duotone’s new album Let’s Get Low, written at home on his narrowboat, reveals a songwriter who is unafraid to explore real-life experiences that are often hidden from view. His debut album Work Harder & One Day You’ll Find Her (2009) and critically acclaimed second LP Ropes (2011) saw Duotone navigating his way through a personal loss; Let’s Get Low, after two years in the making, presents a new perspective on his experiences and explores the meaning of home and his sense of place. 5 STARS ***** SONGLINES
OOBERFUSE are also playing – Cherrie and her partner Hal St John that’s upbeat and accessible, yet quirky and charming..…”eight parts chilly winter’s night, to two parts theme from the X-files” say Guardian Music
Based in Woolwich, Ooberfuse are a songwriting duo composed of Hal St John and Cherrie Anderson. They are unafraid to deep-sea dive into the deepest oceans of human emotions to colour-up drab contemporary life. Their songs are audio footprints left behind by people impelled towards invisible things.
Tickets £5 available on the door or at The Queens Head, Box
8.30pm – get there early for a good seat.