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Danny George Wilson + Katy Rose Bennett

Wednesday 27th April 2022

+ Special Guests

At Lewes Con Club

Doors 8:00 pm

Price £14 + Booking fee / £18 on the door

Melting Vinyl presents:
Danny George Wilson + Katy Rose Bennett

Danny George Wilson is back with his new single ‘Can You Feel Me?’, the first single taken from his upcoming solo album Another Place. ‘Can You Feel Me?’ shows a new side to the Danny & The Champions Of The World frontman as he takes a wander into fresh territory and puts a new spin on his much-loved sound and signature songwriting.

A radically surprising new solo album from Danny George Wilson (Grand Drive/Danny & The Champions Of The World/Bennett Wilson Poole) presents a vibrant and diverse collection of startling, impressionistic songs created in collaboration with Sussex-based, studio wizard Hamish Benjamin. This collision of straightforward, traditional songwriting with experimentation and noise, brings a fresh and engrossing magic, enabling some of Danny’s most romantic songs ever but equally some of his most unhinged.


**** MOJO / UNCUT and Rolling Stone (France)

‘It will indeed take you to another place, one that’s well worth the journey’ – Folk Radio

‘Each track is always anchored with Wilson’s voice and underlying sensibilities, making all the parts form a thoroughly enjoyable whole.’ – Americana UK 

Katy Rose Bennett:

Katy Rose Bennett has been writing and performing her idiosyncratic brand of folk for over 20 years. October 2020 saw the release of her 6th solo album: ‘Where Does It Hurt? An Introduction to Katy Rose Bennett’. Alongside the release of the new album, which comprises of songs from Katy’s considerable back catalogue and one new song, Katy will be releasing three singles and touring the UK. She will also be working with theatre-maker Francesca Millican-Slater to develop a music, song, story-telling and spoken word solo piece about her and others’ experiences of Functional Neurological Disorder.

“Powerfully delicate…absolutely stunning” Maverick Magazine

“Gentle acoustics from the Nick Drake school… literate songs which ride youth’s emotional rollercoaster… strikingly original.” UNCUT

“Sophisticated mix of folk, jazz, pop and rustica.” Independent