Harley Live Spring Listings

Harley Live have some awesome gigs lined up for April and May. Check them out below!

MISTY MILLER - 19.04

Killer songwriter Misty Miller is fast-gaining attention for her raw, emotive intensity. She’s the kind of take-no-shit heroine this generation needs. Hewn from the same deep passions and musical lineage as PJ Harvey, Patti Smith, Debbie Harry and Chrissie Hynde, Misty has impressed fans far and wide, including Radio 1 DJ and Bestival founder Rob Da Bank, who declared, “She has a voice that will slay us all"

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Money - 20.04

'Suicide Songs' finds the band gelling as never before, framing Jamie's poetic vision with an intuitive grasp of the album's dignified and despairing themes. There are strings and brass, gospel-style backing vocals, and the (Indian stringed) dilruba on the opening 'I Am The Lord'.

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Benjamin Francis Leftwich - 26.04

Inspired by Elliott Smith and Bruce Springsteen, he taught himself to play the guitar at age ten, and fronted indie pop outfit the Nicoles in his teens before embarking on a solo career which has seen him achieve incredible critical acclaim.

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TINY RUINS - 17.05

Tiny Ruins are a band based in Auckland, New Zealand. Conceived in 2009 by songwriter Hollie Fullbrook to describe her solo output, the group now includes Cass Basil on bass, Alex Freer on drums & Tom Healy on electric guitar. Traversing early influences of folk and blues, Tiny Ruins’ sound draws on ethereal and grungy soundscapes alike.

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Owiny Sigoma Band - 23.05

Blending influences from Africa and Electronica Owiny Sigoma Band come in with their third album Nyanza. This project, made up of band Elmore Judd and Kenyan musicians, is a complex, constantly evolving, musical relationship now in its fifth year.

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