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THE LOCAL PRESENTS THE DRINK, DEAR PARIAH, THE BLOOM

LONDON: ACE Hotel Shoreditch

SUN 27TH JUL, 2014 7:00pm

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The Local returns to ACE Hotel with a selection of future superstars. FREE ENTRY.

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The Drink are Dearbhla Minogue (singing, guitar), David Stewart (bass) and Daniel Fordham (drums).

The songs are influenced by American, English and Irish folk songs. They belong to a world where
The Mamas and the Papas signed to 4AD and Joanna Newsom formed a guitar band.

They play odd guitar pop with a dark folk undertone, and have been compared to Deerhoof, The Breeders, Talking Heads, Kate Bush, Throwing Muses.

They formed in late 2012 when Dearbhla lived above the practice room where London pop­post-
rockers Fighting Kites rehearsed. She took advantage of their untimely split by recruiting Daniel and David as rhythm section for The Drink.

"Absolutely love it" ­ Lauren Laverne. "Pretty splendid" ­ Tom Robinson. "Fabulous band" ­ Tom
Ravenscroft.

Dear Pariah is the moniker for London based artist Charlotte Hinchcliff, a 24 year old British singer-songwriter and arranger. Her brutally honest lyrics, giving listeners a glimpse into a much more complex character underneath. Her voice holds the weight of an old soul on young shoulders, with a distinctive sound that demands your attention. Her debut self titled EP was released in August 2012 and was well received. Since then she has performed both solo, with a trio and with a 7 piece band at a variety of venues in London and around the UK such as Old St Pancras Church, How The Light Gets In and A Carefully Planned Festival. Her highly anticipated second EP will be released on 28th September 2014, co-produced
by Brett Shaw (Daughter, Ghostpoet).

“Exceptional” Simon Raymonde
(Bella Union / Cocteau Twins)

“A voice that will honestly send shivers down your spine”
Ruth Barnes (6 Music / Amazing Radio)

www.dearpariah.com
www.facebook.com/dearpariah
www.twitter.com/dearpariah
www.soundcloud.com/dearpariah
www.youtube.com/dearpariah

The Bloom
Australian singer leaves his band back home relocates to London, continues.
@thebloom_aus
https://soundcloud.com/thebloom_aus

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48 tickets available
 

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