— The Guardian on Aldous Harding
“A high-wire act tense with vulnerability”
“Baffling, brilliant, and totally original” (Stuff), Aldous Harding live is all three. The entrancing singer, performer and 2019 Silver Scroll winner is in great company here delivering a night of sublime and offbeat indie folk to sweep you into the weekend.
Pennsylvanian Natalie Mering – aka Weyes Blood – creates beautifully crafted folk with a subtly psychedelic edge. Her voice has “a potent, old-school beauty”, recalling Karen Carpenter and Carole King. Hear tracks from her “gorgeously smart” (The Guardian) fourth album, Titanic Rising, her most sumptuous and assured.
Sisters Clementine and Valentine Nixon are Aotearoa dreamscape duo Purple Pilgrims. Expect entwined voices that soar, seduce and slow dive, in a “suite of dream pop, folk and cosmic jazz” (Pitchfork).