Monday, 15 April 2013

rob st john + the nervy betters

poster by Steve Brett
The Nervy Betters are going to be playing at Cafe Kino supporting Rob St John on Thursday the 2nd of May. The show is being organised by Stitch-Stitch Records. 

cafe kino and stitch-stitch present:

Rob St John
Lancastrian Rob St John plays drawn-out and ghostly songs underpinned by the creaks and drones of the harmonium, musical saw, fiddle, skittering drums, analogue synth and field recordings. Backed by a talented cast of collaborators and co-conspirators, his first album 'Weald' combined kraut, drone and psych influences with peals of British folk guitar and wheeling gusts of rich, cryptic vocals. Since then, he's been recording illegal bird hunting in Malta, field recording in Cornwall and curating the critically acclaimed Pendle, 1612 compilation. His new 7", Charcoal Black and the Bonny Grey / Shallow Brown, will be released on May Day.

The Nervy Betters
A mild-mannered experimental pop band, figuring out their place in the world.

Tickets £5 in advance, available from Bristol Ticket Shop

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