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Bird in the Belly At Rosslyn Court, Margate

February 29 @ 7:30 pm GMT

Bird in the Belly is a Brighton-based Folk group consisting of folk-duo Hickory Signals (Laura Ward and Adam Ronchetti), alt-folk singer-songwriter Ben Webb (Jinnwoo, Green Ribbons), and multi-instrumentalist and producer Tom Pryor. Together they collect little known and forgotten lyrics, poems and stories from around the UK, and set them to their own “hypnotically original compositions” (fRoots)..

Their sound is raw and bare-boned with “distinctively contemporary and earthy vocalising” (R2 Magazine) – and harks back to the 1960’s Folk Revival sound. Their debut album ‘The Crowing’ (March 2018, GF*M Records) was met with critical acclaim, the Sunday Express giving the album 5/5 and calling it folk album of the year.

Their debut album The Crowing was released 23rd March 2018 and the group is back with their much anticipated second album Neighbours and Sisters released October 2019.

Third album After the City was released 25 February 2022 to critical aclaim, with The Guardian & The Observer calling it “an album of well realised ambition”

Enda McCabe is playing at Rosslyn Court, Margate on February 29th. For more information, visit this page.

Details

Date:
February 29
Time:
7:30 pm GMT
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Website:
https://www.rosslyncourt.com/events/bird-in-the-belly

Venue

Rosslyn Court
62 Sweyn Road
Margate, CT9 2DD United Kingdom
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