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Hereford Live Presents GULP (ft Guto Pryce from Super Furry Animals) Live At The Jailhouse March 8th

February 21, 2014

1798884_243954292453901_292478531_nGULP is Guto Pryce (Super Furry Animals) and Lindsey Leven, with Gid Goundrey providing guitar and Gwion Llewelyn (Race Horses) on drums. Fuzzed-up bass, dream-folk vocals, acoustic and electronic drums and synths…their cinematic and ethereal sound is a musical manifestation of the road trip; the landscape and events along the way, filmic scenes and melodies – from the sun-squinting, flickering saturation and lens flare of the Californian desert to the gloamin of rural Scottish and Welsh homescapes.

June 2012 saw the release of their debut single, Game Love, which received a 5* review from Artrocker magazine and pick of the week in The Guardian Guide. In late 2012 Gulp toured the UK and Ireland supporting Django Django and also contributed to the Django’s Hi Djinx! remix lp with a cover version of Hand of Man. A second single ‘Play’ was released July 2013. Gulp are currently working on an lp due to be completed by early 2014.

With support from Wynnona Ryder + Key Green

Open 8-late (Bands on Stage 8-11PM followed by club night)

£5 entry

Tickets Available Now:  http://www.musicglue.com/the-jailhouse/events/8-mar-14-gulp-ft-guto-pryce-from-super-furry-animals-the-jailhouse/

HEREFORD LIVE

By now we hope you are all familiar with the fantastic work of Herefordshire community group Hereford Live. A group of dedicated people joining forces and determined to put Hereford on the live music map.

The Hereford Live group have been meeting regularly for some time now, discussing ideas and planning strategies to revive live music in the county. The group is formed of bands, venue owners, promoters and music fans who would love to see a return to Hereford playing hosts to touring household names.

“Hereford is no stranger to best-selling artists; bands from the Rolling Stones, Manic Street Preachers, Stereophonics and The Beautiful South, to Pulp, James, Two Door Cinema Club and The Wombats have played in Hereford over the years.” said Anthony Murphy of The Jailhouse. “Some of them played in the county during sell-out tours, others have played to small groups of people before they were signed or became household names. There are some incredible artists in Herefordshire, many of whom are destined for great things. We want to get as many people as possible to support the live music scene we have in Herefordshire – not only will they be seeing the talent of tomorrow now, it will help us to stage bigger events in the future too.”

Following a string of successful events since their launch night back in September- Hereford Live once again presents another great event on our doorstep. A night full of talent both local and national. Let’s continue to support live local music!

http://www.herefordlive.co.uk

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