Liam Sullivan Celebrating
Celebrating the launch of his new E.P. ‘The News I Needed’ with this special show with his full band.
“Performing live is clearly of utmost importance to Liam, and he has to be witnessed in full flow to be seen at his very best. With a real REM drawl-like quality to his voice, Sullivan keeps you hooked while his lyrics roam around, seemingly searching for answers” – State of the Arts.
‘The News I Needed’ sees Liam take on a darker and heavier sound. He’s certainly honed his craft and the new songs show off his exceptional lyricism, each song taking you on a journey through time and space.
This follows the release of his solo E.P. ‘Restless’ in 2016.
He’s an energetic and mesmerising performer, combining raw energy with gut wrenching emotion.
Celebrating the release of his new single ‘Casino’, accompanied by his band.
“Although let’s be honest this was much more than just Zach singing his songs, there is banter, there is audience interaction, it’s a show people.” – Local Sound Focus
“A wonderful ray of Americana Sunshine!” – Sine FM
“My favourite part is that he sings in his accent!” – Union Jack Radio
“Excellent vocals, excellent harmonies throughout.” – Spark FM.
“Take several deep breaths and prepare to dance madly, smile, laugh, feel slightly wonderfully sad and enjoy it OK. This is just wonderful; I can’t put it any better than that.” – Local Sound Focus
A Country and Americana Singer-Songwriter from the North East of England. With a rich mix of Country and Americana vibes, Zach Pygall’s songwriting is inspired by Josh T Pearson, John Fullbright and Sean Rowe. Bright acoustic tones, rock n’ roll rhythms and authentic songwriting combine with Zach’s Northern accent and wit to create an unmissable show.
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‘Formed in 2017, KILNSEY GREEN are vocalist Oliver James, guitarist Ell Miller, drummer George Burrows and bassist Joe Doherty. Hailing from Bradford, north west England, their unique Blues soaked Folk Rock sound can be heard on their eponymous EP.’
“A charming mix of simple songwriting and impressive, wandering vocals. Molly Rymer is an artist you should be accidentally stumbling upon in some smoke filled Parisian café to truly appreciate her spark of brilliance.” State Of The Arts
A singer-songwriter from Leeds, playing her own songs, which are well written with clever lyrics and she has great subtle guitar skills, and a wonderful talent on our scene and has previously appeared at the Brudenell and live in session on BBC Radio Leeds, having also worked with Mike Heaton from Embrace on the track “I Leave Today” from her EP, Where I Am Now.
£6 Adv Crash Records, Skiddle, direct from acts. £7 OTD. 18+
(Friday) 7:30 pm