London Communion November 2012
Sunday, 4th November 2012 at Notting Hill Arts Club, London.
With both September and October Communion selling out, we must be doing something right. Here to tempt your well trained musical ears is the low down on the line-up for November.
Opening the show is singer/songwriter Honig from Dusseldorf, he blends delicate acoustic melodies with soft vocals and strings for an indie/folk sound. South West London’s Luke Sital-Singh has been described as the UKs Bon Iver, an artist channelling folk sounds of old and reinventing them. Recently tour support for Angus Stone, Luke will be performing for us before touring three headline shows of his own. Relentless touring earned Ha Ha Tonka a place as one of America’s most talked about young bands, now hitting Europe, they will be bringing their energetic mix of gospel-rock-folk to the stage. Belgium quartet Oscar and The Wolf play dreamy indie, dusted with slinking electric guitar melodies. With the recordings forming Eliza and The Bear’s EP being kept under wraps for now, the Essex quintet bring their indie folk sounds to the ears of the country purely through live shows. London quartet Sons and Lovers close the show with their passionate and anthemic electro indie.