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CROUCH END FEST - Somebody Else's Troubles + Seafoxes

CROUCH END FESTIVAL

Somebody Else’s Troubles - 9.30pm

Seafoxes - 8.30pm

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Somebody Else’s Troubles are James Baniecki, Ian Coles and Charlie Graham: a musical partnership originally forged in the legendary Campfire music sessions at the Big Green Bookshop, Wood Green.  They play Americana, Folk, Country and Rock ‘n’ Roll. Original songs, covers and requests. 3 voices; guitar, pedal steel, dobro, mandolin and bouzouki; harmonies all the way!   https://somebodyelsestroubles.bandcamp.com/

Somebody Else’s Troubles are James Baniecki, Ian Coles and Charlie Graham: a musical partnership originally forged in the legendary Campfire music sessions at the Big Green Bookshop, Wood Green.

They play Americana, Folk, Country and Rock ‘n’ Roll. Original songs, covers and requests. 3 voices; guitar, pedal steel, dobro, mandolin and bouzouki; harmonies all the way!

https://somebodyelsestroubles.bandcamp.com/

Seafoxes play a special brand of folk-inflected, intimate dream-pop, evoking the lush, soft sound of Espers with a fierce individuality and genuineness." Jamboree, July 2016  "Psychedelic-tinged folk-pop with wonderful vocal harmonies and strings." Fred Perry Subculture, Jan 2017  Seafoxes is an all-female art-music collaboration based in the former docklands of East London. Their music features ethereal vocal harmonies and bewitching violin instrumentals, while the exquisite artwork is influenced by the diverse topics covered in the song lyrics.  Their debut 6-track mini-album  ‘It’s probably nothing, but…’  was released in July 2016. The songs on the EP were influenced by contemporary social issues, such as mental health issues, government surveillance and our culture of excessive consumption.   https://www.seafoxesmusic.com/

Seafoxes play a special brand of folk-inflected, intimate dream-pop, evoking the lush, soft sound of Espers with a fierce individuality and genuineness." Jamboree, July 2016

"Psychedelic-tinged folk-pop with wonderful vocal harmonies and strings." Fred Perry Subculture, Jan 2017

Seafoxes is an all-female art-music collaboration based in the former docklands of East London. Their music features ethereal vocal harmonies and bewitching violin instrumentals, while the exquisite artwork is influenced by the diverse topics covered in the song lyrics.

Their debut 6-track mini-album ‘It’s probably nothing, but…’ was released in July 2016. The songs on the EP were influenced by contemporary social issues, such as mental health issues, government surveillance and our culture of excessive consumption.

https://www.seafoxesmusic.com/