WHOOO? – Wovoka Gentle
WHEN – Tuesday 12th June 2019 at 6pm
WHERE? – The shop, Pie&Vinyl
WHAT? – Free Entry, with priority offered for pre ordering the LP in advance.
We are very pleased to welcome Wovoka Gentle was they launch their debut LP with a gig at Pie&Vinyl on 12th June at 6pm.
There will also be a signing session with the band after the show when they will be happy to sign copies of their new album “Start Clanging Cymbals” which is released on Friday 7th June via the NUDE label.
Priority for entry to the gig will go to anyone who preorders the album from us, which you can do in the shop or via our website on the link below:
Click HERE to order the album on limited clear coloured vinyl LP: https://pieandvinylonline.co.uk/shop/wovoka-gentle-start-clanging-cymbals-nude-released-7th-june/
Please note no physical tickets will be posted or made available to collect. All customers who pre-order the album on any format will automatically be added to an entry list for the evening where your name will be checked off on arrival at the venue (please take ID).
We’ll e mail you nearer to the show with instructions.
We’ll also be selling a Wovoka Gentle pie, with the pastry and filling chosen by the guys themseleves. The perfect TEA TIME!
More info on the record below!
See you there and thanks for your support!
Wovoka Gentle are an experimental three-piece from London, comprised of William J Stokes and twins Imogen and Ellie Mason. Taking its root in folk and Americana songwriting, the Wovoka sound draws upon the psychedelic soundscapes of the late 60s as well as contemporary experimental, pop and collage music; marrying classic instrumentation with sampling, analogue synthesis and sound manipulation.
They have announced the release of their debut album ‘Start Clanging Cymbals’ on 7th June through Nude Records.
After releasing ‘1,000 Opera Singers Working in Starbucks’, ‘Peculiar Form of Sleep’, ‘Sin is Crouching At Your Door’ and ‘Tell’em Makoto’, Wovoka Gentle have now shared a new track from their upcoming debut LP. ‘Xerxes’ features glitchy electronics, soaring beats and the exuberant voices of Kids Club Kampala Choir. They add: “You could say there’s an atmosphere of celebration in Xerxes ‘19, even though it’s more or less about death. There’s an imagined ecstatic moment of submission before departing a world running election campaigns for tried and tested tyrants, where legends are equal parts seductive and dangerous. The Kids Club Kampala Choir was recorded in Uganda by a friend of ours, originally for the Kids Club Kampala charity. We wanted to create a call and response dynamic between our vocals and their vocals; the conversation flung across continents.”