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Singer-songwriter and guitarist, Robyn Hitchcock, started his career in Cambridge with an acoustic guitar and his loopy vocal style. He ended up in the melodic punk band The Soft Boys – a rather different sound to where he started.
Hitchcock later went solo, releasing his debut album ‘Black Snake Diamond Role’. The mid-2000s saw him collaborating with various artists including Peter Buck of R.E.M. – they were known as Venus 3. In 2007 Hitchcock was the subject of a documentary entitled ‘Sex, Food, Death… and Insects’, directed by John Edginton. He’s also worked with the likes of Jarvis Cocker and KT Tunstall
Early booking is advised as other Robyn Hitchcock shows in October have already sold out!
Tickets are £17 in advance -£20 on door-
BBC Music describes Hitchcock’s latest as “Syd Barrett-via-Edward Lear neo-psych-rock whimsy, with a side order of Paisley Underground guitar swirl and chime”. The singer-songwriter himself is rather more succinct, calling his songs “paintings you can listen to”. Whatever you want to call it, expect a “brooding, politicised” (BBC Music) set from the artist who gave us Where Are The Prawns, I Wanna Destroy You and The Cheese Alarm