Pennyblackmusic Presents: Heist & Idiot Son + The Volunteered & Simon Bromide

Headlining are Heist with support from Idiot Son , The Volunteered and Simon Bromide
Hosted at the Water Rats London, Saturday 10th September. Doors open 7:30; First band on at 7:45; Admission £10 on the door or £8 in advance from We got Tickets
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Of Arrowe Hill


Reviews


1914 (2014)


Promising start to a new project from of Arrowe Hill, who to mark the centenary of the First World War will be releasing one track a year between 1914 and 1918


Around the Corner (2014)


Deceptively upbeat but lyrically dark download only single from of Arrowe Hill, the band of London-based singer-songwriter Adam Easterbrook


The Stars Are Against Us (2012)


Emotionally intense but thoroughly moving and epic-sounding download only single from of Arrowe Hill, the project of London-based singer-songwriter Adam Easterbrook


Suddenly, At Home and Other Rumours of Misadventure (2011)


Intimate, but brilliant acoustic fifth album from London-based psych-blues outfit of Arrowe Hill, which is essentially a solo record for front man, Adam Easterbrook


A Few Minutes in the Absolute Elsewhere (2010)


Dark, but rewarding download and vinyl only fourth album from English folk rockers, of Arrowe Hill


The Bones Saying No to the Needle (2009)


Riotous new vinyl only single, the first from their forthcoming fourth album, for London-based psychedelic rock act, Of Arrowe Hill


Related


Interviews

of Arrowe Hill
Interview Part 1

In the first part of a two part interview Adam Easterbrook, the front man with psychedelic three-piece of Arrowe Hill, who will shortly be playing the Pennyblackmusic Bands Night, about his band's four album career...


Features

John Peel
Ten Songs That Made Me Love... Miscellaneous - Ten Songs That Made Me Love...

In 'Ten Songs That Made Me Love...', Jamie Rowland writes of ten songs that he first heard listening to John Peel's late night Radio 1 show







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