GRICE - one thousand birds - live performance

grice_st_stephs_bird_1
grice_st_stephs_bird_1assente_bird_landcsapesmall_flat-1
£ 10.00 each

41 items in stock
+

 

Art rock musician and singer songwriter GRICE will be performing songs of love, loss and separation from his latest album One Thousand Birds, set in a virtual forest created through surround soundscapes, archived birdsong and projected imagery.

GRICE has released 3 albums and 2 EPs todate and has been supported by BBC Radio 6 Music (Tom Robinson) with airplay and  a recent one hour interview on Tom’s Saturday night show where he talked of his musical journey and his latest album.

GRICE (vocals, guitars, loops) will be joined by Duncan Chave (Ableton Live loops, keys) and Fred Ehresmann (Piano, keys, organ) 

Date: Friday 29 November 2019                                                                                                                                                                                                       

Venue: St Stephen's Church, 29 High Street, Exeter, EX4 3LN
Doors: 7:15pm
Tickets £10 from www.sound-gallery.net/shop or on the door.
Website: www.gricemusic.co.uk
Album: https://hungersleeprecords.bandcamp.com/album/one-thousand-birds

Proceeds will be donated to RSPB (Royal society for the Protection of Birds)
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

'GRICE makes music of exquisite beauty, gorgeously epic' - Tom Robinson, BBC Radio 6 Music. 

'One Thousand Birds by GRICE - South Londoner's sumptuously decorated 3rd album. 
His rich, plaintive voice, sometimes redolent of the late Mark Hollis, is backed by supremely evocative bass and strings accompaniment with help from notable collaborators including former Japan and P-Tree man Richard Barbieri’ - PROG magazine

'Powerful and mesmerising' - Exeter Living magazine

'Grice can walk the line between organic and artificial with grace and creativity. One of the most impressive and accessible forays into the esoteric underbelly of British rock music' - Pearshaped Magazine