Belfast Communion September 2012
Sunday, 30th September 2012 at Empire Music Hall, Belfast
Communion Belfast reconvenes in September to help celebrate the Empire Music Hall’s big 25th birthday! Coincidently, Communion Belfast will be 2 years old, this calls for a party and cake. With a line-up that calls for celebration in itself, we hope you can come and join us.
David C Clements
9 months in to a lifetime’s work, David C Clements has played a few killer aces. Delightfully delivering free music through a series of online releases, wowing audiences and gaining new fans (fan boy, Gary Lightbody taking to Twitter to proclaim, “David C Clements is Norn Ireland’s Bruce Springsteen.”
After packing out Katy Daly’s to capacity, and then some, in July, David C Clements will play his biggest show of the year in one of Belfast’s most iconic venues.
Born in France, hailing from London, Cara’s self-taught style has mostly seen comparisons to an early Ani Difranco who inspired and excited Miss Sebastian for many years, and has helped her trace her way through a couple of albums with numerous collaborators. Now Cara’s influences range from old skiffle & swing through to prog and wonky blues.
Cara Sebastian is a guitar thumping- string twanging- old record of a person who likes to observe people and catch herself at her most extreme.
Little Bear formed just over a year ago, after releasing “I’d Let You Win”, a preview to the upcoming E.P, Little Bear received fantastic reviews – Including both “Flavour of the Month” and “One’s to Watch” on BBC introducing.
This collective hail from Derry and have an EP due for release soon. Their songs exude sweet harmony, call in references to Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver and Midlake – we’re really excited to hear them.
You probably haven’t heard of Hannah McPhillimy, that’s exciting. She’ll be debuting at Belfast’s Culture Night at the 101 Sessions at 101 Donegall St.
Tickets: £7 available here