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Upcoming shows: The Catenary Wires + Milky Wimpshake... Gratis: John Myrtle... Gratis: Butcher the Bar... Peter Broderick & Friends... Tacocat... The Beths... Deerhoof... Mark Mulcahy... Jenn Grant... Tallies... The Bevis Frond... Sam Outlaw... The Album Leaf... Jesca Hoop... Chance McCoy... Peggy Sue... Gratis: Dumb... Skating Polly + She Makes War... Gratis: Dehd... Shana Cleveland... Lambert... Robyn Hitchcock... Samana... Martin Kohlstedt... Francis Lung... Weyes Blood... Sinkane... Sam Amidon... Tropical Fuck Storm... The Delines... Sebastian Plano... Erland Cooper... BC Camplight... Sean Rowe... Jesse Malin...

When: 7.30pm on Thursday 11 April 2019
Where: Gullivers, 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this show is cancelled. Refunds are available from the point of purchase – and watch this space for details of a future date.

We’re delighted to be working with the Duke Spirit’s Liela Moss!

Released through Bella Union on 9 November, My Name Is Safe in Your Mouth more than lives up to Liela Moss’ promise of fresh, bold adventure. Sonically spare yet sumptuous in its emotions, elemental power and expansive melodies, the record is a richly felt, vividly realised trip into the interior from the Duke Spirit singer.

A serene-to-stormy series of deep dream-pop meditations on devotion and selfhood, creativity and parenthood, it treats unknown territory not as something to fear but as a seed-bed of possibility.

Local support comes from Lindsay Munroe. Lindsay Munroe is a Manchester-based alt-folk musician who has drawn comparisons to Sharon Van Etten and early Cat Power. In the past year her tracks have become favourites with the team at BBC Introducing Manchester and she has supported folk-pop musician David Kitt on his UK tour. Her 2016 EP One Day Will Break is marked by introspective and blunt lyricism, paired with both delicate and indie rock sounds. Whilst keeping a foot in the folk tradition, Munroe maintains a commitment to exploring new sounds and experimenting with the way that folk influenced melodies can be paired with grittier guitar sounds to produce an arresting and interesting sonic landscape.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this show is cancelled. Refunds are available from the point of purchase – and watch this space for details of a future date.

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