Sunday, 22 April 2018
I'm off to the Hug and Pint tonight for the album launch of Transience by Zoë Bestel.
Released by Last Night From Glasgow it is a thing of beauty both aesthetically and musically.
Some lovely low- fi trippy and ethereal folk which puts me in mind of Rozi Plain and This is the Kit so obviously right up the Swede's street.
From Whauphill in one of my favourite parts of the world Galloway, it is her 3rd album which is quite remarkable given that she is only 20. She has been recording since she was 14. More details and a free download here
It should be a good night.She will be supported by Jared Cerose who has been recently signed by Olive Grove records and who has a debut EP Four Cold Walls available on Bandcamp
The brilliant Annie Booth will also be providing support so little wonder it sold out weeks ago.
It should be a belter.