RESCHEDULED: Brigid Mae Power
Wednesday 24th November 2021
+ Special Guests
Doors 8:00 pm
Price £9+ booking fee
Due to the present circumstances, our September show with ground breaking singer-songwriter Brigid Mae Power is being rescheduled to the safer date of November 24th 2021.
We are very grateful to everyone involved for their continuing understanding and patience as we work to bring this innovative artist to you.
We are working to safeguard performers, audience, our Brighton venues and their staff and we are thrilled to have a new date for this show with this wonderful Fire Records artist.
Please be assured tickets will remain valid for the rescheduled date and all the other event details remain the same and we look forward to seeing you in November.
Please refer to our Facebook page for up to date information: https://www.facebook.com/events/505440116777666/
‘Head Above The Water’, lush and evocative, is the third single to be released from Power’s new album of the same name, released on Fire Records.
‘Quotidian Magic’ The Guardian
‘A collection of beautiful deep-psych lullabies of the heart’ – MusicOhm
Many thanks for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you there!
Here’s Brigid performing Angel From Montgomery as a tribute to one of her favourite songwriters, John Prine.
Brigid Mae Power paints expansive songs that are effortless, hypnotic and folk-oriented like Judee Sill, Bill Callahan and Sharon Van Etten. The third album from the celebrated singer/songwriter, ‘Head Above The Water’ is a coming of age opus featuring a ground-breaking amalgamation of traditional folk and country – an engaging blend of strings, bouzouki, piano and Power’s distinctive vocal make this an achingly beautiful body of work.
Recorded in analogue studio The Green Door in Glasgow with Alasdair Roberts co-producing alongside Brigid and Peter Broderick. It’s a continuing tale of everyday survival; more diverse, different, a bigger canvas, with broader brushstrokes…
Country and traditional folk rub shoulders, making for a juxtaposition of threads, with added instrumentation from five musicians lured into the studio to provide larger dynamics.
“Power meditates on the dichotomy that’s always existed in her work, melding atmospheric bliss and stark desperation.” Pitchfork
“Power invokes the elements, either in contrast to internal weather or in sympathy with it.” The Guardian.
“Haunting and haunted” (The Line Of Best Fit), ‘Head Above The Water’ continues in that vein becoming more ethereal, more personal and even more alluring.
After two lauded albums for Tompkins Square, Brigid Mae Power releases her new album on 5th June via Fire Records.
“Masterpiece” UNCUT ****