BC CAMPLIGHT in the house, that is Hull Central Library … Sunday 25 November 2018 @ 2.30pm
Tickets: £12 – www.seetickets.com.
Playing from his second album for Bella Union, Deportation Blues, and from his earlier releases, BC Camplight offers exhilarating, dynamic documents of calamity and stress, relayed through richly melodic and bold arrangements spanning singer-songwriter classicism, gnarly synth-pop, ‘50s rock’n’roll and various junctures between, mirroring their maverick creator’s jarred emotions and fractured mindset.
Get It Loud In Libraries is a unique award-winning project designed to give people who love music, the chance to see top-notch artists in their local library. Since 2005, it has delivered high quality gigs in libraries in towns and cities all over the UK, featuring breakthrough and established music acts such as Adele, Jessie J, Plan B, Cate Le Bon, Clean Bandit, Juliette Lewis, Meilyr Jones and many more.
“We are delighted to be working with GET IT LOUD IN LIBRARIES to bring you the very best upcoming stars of the music scene – at your central library! Our special matinee show at the end of November brings an amazing musician to Hull. The event is going to be a very enjoyable and memorable Sunday afternoon,” says Michelle Alford, Director of Library Services.
This is the second Get Loud in Libraries gig hosted by Hull Central Library this year. In September NYC band Sunflower Bean performed, filmmaker Katie Sunlay of Fly Girl Films was there to record the event:
[Jerome Whittingham – For Hull Library Services]