Plus support from the Low Countries and the Kitchen Collective
Described by the NME as a ‘delinquent Carole King’, Beccy Owen’s new album Imago covers the evolution of a doomed love affair, drawing on her own personal experiences. It’s a part break-up, part coming-of-age album, recorded in a minimal style with each song recorded live and in one take over a single 24 hour period.
The album has been released via crowdfunding, with fans donating over £3000, "people’s enthusiasm and support has amazed and moved me” says Beccy.
Her musical experience is diverse, from leading community choirs to releasing an album with her band Sharks Took The Rest to making new theatre across the North of England, including the award-winning piece Lands of Glass (Unfolding Theatre)
The Low Countries
The Low Countries are Nigel Parrington and Els D'hooge, an Anglo-Flemish duo who write and perform harmonious, melancholic, and often uplifting songs in a folk-pop hat.
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The Kitchen Collective
The Kitchen Collective is a Lancaster based group of adult singers, songwriters, musicians and performers who meet weekly at The Dukes to add a bit of kitsch and funk to contemporary and classic songs.
Find out more about Beccy Owen at her website
Find out more about the Low Countries at their website
Find out more about the Kitchen Collective at their website
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