Manchester art-rockers Sylvette come to Bristol's favourite hangout for a night of orchestral wonder - with local support
Somewhere between Jeff Buckley, The Yardbirds and Radiohead. In just under 3 years the quintet have supported The Crazy World of Arthur Brown and received support from Q Magazine, Tom Robinson Music and New Order. The artwork for their debut album ‘Waiting In The Bliss’ was painted by Sylvette Lydia David (Artist and former muse of Picasso) who inspired their name.
"An intense and dramatic soundscape... passionate and powerful" - Phil Cunningham (New Order)
+ Olive Haigh
"Beautiful and haunting" - Amelia's Magazine
Bristol's most intriguing "goth-folk musician and autoharpist" joins the bill, returing to Cafe Kino to promote new single 'Emma'. Expect Regina Spektor vibes with Patti Smith undertones.
+ Tugboat Captain (SOLO)
Otherwise known as The Groke, Uncollective Resident and nautical nice boy. The bedroom folk-pop of Alexander Sokolov has become a staple of our live shows, conjuring thoughts of Sparklehorse and Daniel Johnston
FULL LINE UP AND TICKETS TBA