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This isn't your standard Quiet Loner gig, it isn't even going to be his powerpoint'umentry...
Glossop welcomed Quiet Loner a while back now and won't let go, I dare say he's a little bit happy to be here. Every time you see him there is always something you haven't seen before and I believe this will be no exception. A night to relax with the very capable Matt Hill aka Quiet Loner while he laments with tales of Glossops pleasant lands right through to fist fights in Nottingham.
Far too humble for his own good so I'll give you an idea of what others think of our very own Quiet Loner...
“With pithy, sardonic lyrics about fallen angels and serial killers Hill is one the UK’s finest alt-country balladeers” – London Tour Dates
“Hill’s acutely-observed lyrics have a sharp, refreshing honesty but are shot through with an optimism that sets him apart form his contemporaries.” – Comes with a Smile
“Hill excels as a raconteur between songs. In the space of five songs, we traipse past the executioner’s chair, Johnny Cash, lost love, Lucifer and ID cards.” – BBC Manchester
“Hill’s sound and lyrical twists encompass everyone from Jay Farrar to Morrissey – it’s country music with a dark, foreboding, sardonic heart but with glimmers of optimistic passion. Real enough to feel laden with an integrity that endures repeated listens.” – Americana-UK
“Hill hits the spot in many of the same ways the Smiths did, albeit in a more organic way, managing to be curiously uplifiting even in the depths of despair” – City Life