Third Lung Album Launch Party + Michael Kilbey + Karmilla + Curse of Lono
Important notice: Due to unforeseen circumstances, this show has been cancelled. Refunds are available from your original point of purchase.
Third Lung’s debut album In the Chrysalis is borne of vocalist Tom Farrelly’s personal journey. It represents not only his steely determination to overcome his own difficult past, but an intertwined spiritual & musical path of self –discovery, woven through 12 emotive tracks.
This Reading based 3 piece – influenced by Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam and Jeff Buckley – combine rock, blues, folk and alternative influences to craft their own organically unique sound.
The songs resonate with the state of the world at this point in time, the light and the dark. Reflecting a shift in humanity and a dark energy, but reminding us that we are connected through consciousness. Whatever our spirituality, our energy is all one.
Deep thoughts aside, Third Lung really do make a beautiful noise.
First single, Would It Be is released 3rd July.
London based Michael Kilbey draws on a wide vocal range to explore expansive, melody laden bubbles of dream-like introspection. With influences of Jamie Frankel, The Smiths, Pink Floyd and Radiohead, its music that confronts the themes of loss, betrayal and fantasy. Michael’s debut EP was released in October 2014 prompting a growing online fan base, appearances of BBC Introducing and many invites to perform live. A further string of further live dates are being confirmed across the capital and regionally, in preparation for his debut album which is scheduled for release at the end of the year.
Karmilla is an original music project fronted by Carmilla Jurasek. Often joined by other musicians its a sound borne from blues, rock and folk. Carmilla’s deep vocal tones compliment her careful crafted songs and sensitive acoustic guitar skills.
Curse of Lono
London based Curse of Lono are a country infused indie rock band who have recently stepped onto the live scene. Though new as a band the members have played and toured together extensively in Europe and the US, and and you can feel the tremendous cohesion and confidence they have onstage, delivering some catchy foot-tapping songs executed with great musicianship. “Sounds like The Doors and the Pixies having a tupperware party. Then Leonard Cohen sets the house on fire.”