Brigid Mae Power + Special Guests

The Rose Hill, Brighton.

Brigid Mae Power + Special Guests
Working to safeguard performers, audience, venues and their staff alike Melting Vinyl are very happy to announce this show with ground-breaking Irish singer-songwriter Brigid Mae Power has a new date. Wednesday 9 September Tickets already purchased will remain valid for the rescheduled date and all other event details remain the same. Please keep an eye on our Facebook event page for latest details. Many thanks for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you there!

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This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

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STANDING £9.90 (£9.00)

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Irish singer-songwriter Brigid Mae Power is a multi-instrumentalist who paints her songs in dreamily expansive strokes, transporting earthly compositions into exultant realms.

Her self-titled debut album released on Tompkins Square Records, recorded at the Portland studio of key musical foil Peter Broderick, is a majestic suite of reverb-swathed laments for voice, guitar, piano, accordion, and harmonium. The record investigates transformation, change, motherhood, acceptance, strength, courage and trust. Power says the album was about "trusting if you lose yourself or your way - you can come back".

Produced by Peter Broderick, Brigid Mae Power's' second album 'The Two Worlds', also on Tompkins Square records, is another masterful collection of effortless, hypnotic folk and an album which furthers the songwriter and multi-instrumentalist already stellar reputation.

Whether performing solo or with Peter Broderick as a duo, Brigid is the kind of live performer who spins a kind of magic with her songs that propels the audience into something timeless and elemental.

Thus far she has toured throughout Ireland, UK and the US together with artists including Lee Ranaldo, Richard Dawson, Alasdair Roberts, Peter Broderick and Ryley Walker, with performances at Le Guess Who? and TUSK festivals along the way.
"The Two Worlds is Power's most ambitious and her most introspective" - Pitchfork
"The Two Worlds coexist beautifully here, the soft Power and the raw" - UNCUT
"The Two Worlds churns like rough seas, Power's voice veering between steely warning and piercing transcendence" - The Guardian
"Masterpiece" UNCUT **** MOJO****
Irish Times**** Thanks, Jess