Dead Slow Hoot Lou Terry The Local
Saturday 15th June 2019
@ Aces And Eights Bar
Dead Slow Hoot »
Hailing from Sheffield,Dead Slow Hoot released their glorious debut album ‘No Reunions’ earlier this year - a post-punk influenced wonder, that strides between gripping melodies and ferocious bursts of discordant noise, whilst drawing on influences as varied as experimental electronica, expansive shoegaze, and chamber rock.
The group’s brand of anthemic and melancholic alt-rock have quickly won them support from Steve Lamacq on BBC 6Music, while Dead Slow Hoot have already taken their enthralling live show out as support to notable acts including Big Thief, Billy Bragg, The Crookes and Kid Wave.
Lou Terry »
Lou Terry has been writing songs and making music from his early teens and is currently involved in a number of musical projects, including a new band he is currently working with which brings together folk, chanson, experimental rock, and lo-fi electronics such as circuit bending. With only a few gigs under their belt, Steve Lamacq has already said to send him music, and we have had fantastic reception from gig-goers...
'Sensational' - John Cooper Clarke
'Lou Terry performed a fantastic set. His emotional range – from tender and fragile to terrifyingly angry – was matched by his extraordinary vocal range, proving that art can make sense of our messy human lives in mysterious ways.'
_ Kate Dunton, Creating Change
The Local »
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The Local recently curated a number of sold out events at Aces & Eights and across London as part of their End Festival.