ANNOUNCES TWO HEADLINE SHOWS IN LONDON AND BRISTOL
SHARES ‘BLACKENED POOL’ SUPPORTED BY THE PRS FOUNDATION ‘WOMEN MAKE MUSIC FUND’ AHEAD OF SHOWS
Keto has announced two headline shows in London and Bristol. Following from playing Green Man Festival, Glastonbury, supporting Julia Jacklin on tour and playing European shows in Paris and Iceland, ‘Blackened Pool‘ is the first track to be shared from the recording session in the Outer Hebrides supported by the PRS Foundation’s ‘Women Make Music’ fund. The track stays true to Keto’s effortless sound accompanied by her rich and individual voice.
Keto plays two headline shows in London and Bristol as follows:
Thursday 19th October – Servant Jazz Quarters, London (tickets)
Friday 20th October – Hy Brasil Club, Bristol
Previous praise for Keto:
“There’s plenty to be excited about.” – Drowned in Sound
“The beguiling folk outfit produce some of the most original music listeners have heard for years enticing the listener into a world of dreamscapes and wonder.” – Gigantic
“Always truly impressive. .. When you see Keto perform life it’s truly mesmerising.” BBC Introducing, Dean Jackson
Keto’s debut EP ‘What We Do‘ released last year founds fans in BBC 6 Music’s Tom Robinson, Drowned in Sound, Amazing Radio, and Gigwise to name a few + Bear’s Den included a track on a compilation featuring their favourite new acts.
Following from playing Green Man Festival, Glastonbury, supporting Julia Jacklin on tour and playing European shows in Paris and Iceland. Keto caught the attention of PRS, making her one of the recipients of the ‘Women Make Music‘ fund earlier this year.
Releasing ‘Superstar’ earlier this year, it was described by For The Rabbits as “musically sublime..Combining dextrous guitar picking, with swathes of lush strings. ‘Blackened Pool’ is the first track to be shared from the PRS funded recording session in the Outer Hebrides.
Keto has played shows alongside Julia Jacklin, Aldous Harding, Lower Dens, Teleman,Cattle and Cane, Black Honey, Tom Brosseau and Bob Mould.