Communion’s Autumn Events Highlights – Part One



Rae Morris

28th September 2017
Islington Assembly Hall, London

After the release of her top-ten debut album ‘Unguarded’ in 2015 and touring with iconic indie band Bombay Bicycle Club in 2014, Rae Morris is back with her new single ‘Reborn’ in the run-up to her upcoming second album. Known for her mellifluously husky voice of raw, uncut lyrics that are laced with piano ballads and folk-pop; Rae is not one to be missed on this year’s music scene. Two years since her biggest solo tour, Rae Morris is back on tour this September at venues across the UK. But what makes this tour even more special is that Rae will be performing at especially intimate gig venues, such as Islington Assembly Hall, creating the perfect, ambient backdrop for her new single. Buy tickets now to see her new single performed live and avoid missing out.

Listen if you like: Lucy Rose, Daughter, Dotan, and Tom Odell.

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THØSS

Saturday 30th September 2017
Sebright Arms, London

With a slot on the main stage at this year’s Bestival, THØSS is making waves as one of the upcoming UK indie artists to watch this year. His latest single ‘Work Is A Four Letter Word’ embodies classic tones of indie-rock interwoven with a gritty undertone of punchy guitar chords and soulful vocals, establishing THØSS with a truly unique sound. Whilst his previous single ‘Submarine’ hones in on that elevating indie-pop sound we all love, complete with a booming, sing-a-long chorus that will be irresistible to not chant along to during his September show. Also joining him is new-arrival Marged with her latest, and first, single ‘Call From U’; an embodiment of sophisticated, electronic beats layered with melancholic yet catchy lyrics. With the promise of something ‘a little different’ on his Facebook Page, join us with Marged for THØSS’ unmissable September show.

Listen if you like: Little Comets, Bear’s Den, Dan Croll and The Maccabees.

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Nadine Shah

Thursday 19th October 2017
Islington Assembly Hall

Featuring on tracks within Ghostpoet’s Mercury-prize nominated album ‘Shedding Skin’ in 2015, Nadine Shah is back with one of her biggest solo tours to date upon the release of her third album ‘Holiday Destination’. Offering politically-charged lyrics against the backdrop of an eclectic mix of post-punk, jazz and frantic beats, ‘Holiday Destination’ is the restless soundtrack to any protest, march or internal battle. Track ‘Jolly Sailor’, in particular, is anything but as hauntingly atmospheric vocals hum over sharp, electronic pulses. With focus on the likes of Brexit and the refugee crisis, Shah fails to hold back and in turn delivers a profound record that dances to the tune of the past year’s news; a musically articulated protest that takes no compromises. But to fully immerse yourself within Nadine Shah’s message and impressively ranging sounds, buy your tickets now to avoid missing out.

Listen if you like: Ghostpoet, Austra, Kate Tempest and Public Service Broadcasting.

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Fyfe

3rd October 2017
Dingwalls, Camden

Under the previous pseudonym of David’s Lyre, Fyfe has returned to the 2017 music scene with a new name and intricate sound. Once known for his remixes and covers of big pop names, such as Marina and The Diamonds and Ellie Goulding, Fyfe’s return is brought alongside his new album ‘The Space Between’. As his second record, ‘The Space Between’ follows suit to Fyfe’s debut album ‘Control’; whose piano-led tracks formed a quiet, yet profound, storm through a complexity of layered beats. Although featuring more uplifting sounds from tracks ‘Belong’ and ‘Stronger’, as a whole Fyfe’s latest album reflects the resonating, lingering beats in which he first established himself. All tied together with the softness of Fyfe’s vocals that preach young love and identity, the complexity of ‘The Space Between’ would be an unmissable live experience; so buy your tickets now and avoid missing out.

Listen if you like: James Blake, Sampha, FKA Twigs and Active Child.

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Josh Ritter

Tuesday 5th December 2017
O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London.

Named as one of the ‘100 Greatest Living Songwriters’ in 2006, Josh Ritter is back with his mammoth American and European tour to celebrate his upcoming album ‘Gathering’. In London for one night only, the contemporary-folk singer has brought back his signature sound on new single ‘Thunderbolt’s Goodnight’ and is ready to share it with the world. A cry out for his lover to stay, the new track delivers Ritter’s strong vocals that remain true to his Americana tone whilst an occasional soft hum makes the track a definite one-to-sway-to this Autumn. Behind the melancholic lyrics, a complexity of interwoven guitar and piano melodies create a gentle depth that fits as perfect framework for the stand-out, almost flickering, of guitar strings; together crafting quite a whimsical and intricate love song. To see Josh Ritter on his only night in London, book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Listen if you like: Blitzen Trapper, Vance Joy, Fleet Foxes and Joe Purdy.

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