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Growing up in County Durham and its thriving folk scene, Harri Endersby’s music has been heavily influenced by the region’s crowd of prestigious folk singers and musicians, her lyrics being firmly rooted in the pastoral and the world of story-telling.
Her new album Homes/Lives presents a transition in style, beginning with acoustic, tripped-back tracks whilst gradually introducing electronic instrumentation and beats as the album progresses. This interweaving of genres has been inspired by Harri’s love of Icelandic electro-folk and the likes of Ásgeir and Samaris.
Her 5-track EP ‘Ivy Crown’ released in 2014, rose to number 17 in the iTunes singer-songwriter charts and had tracks played on BBC Newcastle Introducing, The Folk Show on Bishop FM, and Roger William’s World of Difference. Her new album Homes/Lives was released on the 25th February 2017.
Support comes from Nel Unlit
Nel Unlit were born out of the Spooker Rekkids attic in the old ladies room of the Westgarth Social Club in Middlesbrough. They have written a concept album, 'Wake for the Dreaming' based on the graphic novel 'World's End' by Neil Gaiman. It will be released in 2019. They released their debut single 'True Things' in August 2017 to praise and comparisons with Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens, Alt-j and Jarvis Cocker. Their second single "Unhung" is to be released in February 2018.
Looking for a great bite to eat before the big gig?
Look no further than our cafe bar No 60 for a fantastic place to eat when it comes to pre-gig dining. No 60 offers a modern and vibrant space with a lively atmosphere. Not to mention you won’t find a table closer to your seats anywhere in town.
Pick a meal from our monthly bistro menu, where our chefs make use of the finest seasonal ingredients. Or choose your favourite dish from our regular menu.
You can reserve a table by contacting the No 60 team via firstname.lastname@example.org now.