Communion Presents: Hot Feet
Cottonwoolf, Charlie Straw & Vicky Whelan
7.30pm - 11pm

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After a fantastic second bithday party we're back with more fantastic acts for you with the welcome return of Hot Feet who wowed Holy Trinity Church at Christmas and a debut for Grant K Fennels new band...

Hot Feet
Hot Feet's music lives and breathes their countryside home of the Cotswolds, and is picking up national momentum. Live shows alongside Lucy Rose, King Charles and Kyla La Grange have showcased their brand of modern folk tale with delicious rock and pop undertones. Clamorous in places, delicate in others; offering raucous uproar alongside wistful, yearning narratives, often all within the same song. Their debut 'Wood House' EP (championed by 6 Music) was produced by Pete Roe, notable for his work alongside Laura Marling.
"Truly nothing short of fabulous...really wonderful" - Marc Riley 6Music
"I predict great things for Hot Feet" - Guy Garvey 6Music
"Lively and enlivening" - For Folk's Sake

A band made up of Grant Fennell, Andy Calder, Lewis Husbands and James Gartshore surrounding the wonderful imagery of Grant's lyrics with warm, psychedelic folk sounds. We're told to think Jonathan Wilson jamming with The Band, we can't wait!

Charlie Straw
Liverpool born and now Leeds residing Charlie has quickly made a name for himself getting airtime from BBC Introducing, playing shows with Milo Greene and being asked to launch Live at Leeds which he will also play in May.

Vicky Whelan
The Oporto favourite and acclaimed lyricist, vocalist and pianist brings her band Dragonfly Tattoo to Communion for the first time. Expect beautiful ballads and dark tales.

Wednesday 27th March
7.30pm - 11pm (DJ's 'til 2am!)

£5 adv. from Crash, Jumbo & We Got Tickets.

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