Public Address – Chris Cleverley + Andy Ross @ West End Centre
November 12 @ 8:00 pm£5.50
“As surreal as Fforde. As loaded as Ballard” Time Past and Time Passing
Chris Cleverley’s music is infused with the hazy, dreamlike essence of the 60s Folk Revival. Rich with lightning-fast melody and beautiful vocals, every song pulls you in to reveal lucid storytelling – confirming his compelling place within the world of alternative and indie-folk.
Described as “impressive” (Daily Telegraph), “haunting” (The Sunday Times) and as “one of the most vital voices of today’s folk generation” (Folk Radio UK), Chris has gigged and recorded extensively across the UK, working with artists such Dan Whitehouse (Reveal Records), Eliza Marshall (Peter Gabriel) and John Elliot (The Little Unsaid). He is about to start work on an ambitious fourth album, produced by The Little Unsaid’s John Elliot. On this tour, Chris will be playing his already acclaimed songs alongside his much anticipated new material.
“perfect…the eight tracks just overflow with quality”
“Bold, brave and utterly compelling”
Northern Sky ★★★★★
“Perfect… the eight tracks just overflow with quality” FATEA
“Bold, brave and utterly compelling” Northern Sky ★★★★★
With “haunting” lyricism (The Sunday Times) and an “impressive” guitar technique (The Telegraph), it is no wonder Folk Radio UK have described him as “one of the most vital voices of today’s folk generation”.
Plus Adam Ross
Singer-songwriter Adam Ross is the prolific mastermind behind the music of Randolph’s Leap. Hailing from the quiet sea-side town of Nairn in the north-east of Scotland, Adam has been steadily building up an eclectic back-catalogue of uplifting folk-pop – a mixture of solo home recordings and full-band studio epics.
Book for Chris Cleverley + Adam Ross at Hampshire Cultural Trust’s West End Centre, Aldershot now!