Epic lo-fi from a revolving cast of musicians

Saturday 13 May 2017, doors 7.30pm


With support from Lush Purr and KITS

Meursault is a creative offspring of Edinburgh's champion of "epic lo-fi” Neil Pennycook, who describes it as "a solo project with a revolving cast of friends/musicians”. Since their debut release in 2008, they made appearances at major music festivals (SXSW, Glastonbury, T in the Park, End of the Road) and received critical praise from the likes of Pitchfork, Drowned in Sound, The Skinny and The Line of Best Fit. In 2013, Meursault's third album, Something for the Weakened, was nominated for the Scottish Album of the Year (SAY) award. After a break of three years performing under the moniker of Supermoon, Neil Pennycook returned to Meursault with a new LP I Will Kill Again released via Song, By Toad in February 2017.

Praise for Meursault
  • "Filled with majestic, sorrowful beauty and touches of light, it’s a welcome return for one of Edinburgh’s most treasured acts." - The Skinny
  • "New album I Will Kill Again is yet another deft collection of songs, full of gorgeous melodies and gentle, lilting harmonies." - Drowned in Sound


Born from the smouldering ashes of Glasgow psychedelic indie punks The Yawns, Lush Purr feature the songwriting talents of Gavin Will, rhythm section all-stars Emma Smith and Rikki Will, and guitar/synth wizardry of Oreste Fazio. Gently humorous, melancholic and adventurous, they swing from lo-fi jangly pop to full-on psychedelic fuzz. Nominated for Best Newcomer prize at last year's Scottish Alternative Music Awards, the band are releasing a remixed/remastered version of their debut Cuckoo Waltz in May 2017.

Praise for Lush Purr
  • "All barbed hooks and moments of surreal lucidity" – Clash
  • "Brimming with sonic ideas” - Gigwise
  • "outstanding combination of dreamy nostalgia and ecstatic energy” - The Skinny
  • "muffled charm of The Beta Band with the staggered pop sensibilities of Beck” - Echoes and Dust


Kits (stylised KITS). Kit - noun - a small fur-bearing animal. KITS is the one-man synth-folk project of Jayson Turner, a Computer Scientist originally from Walney Island, now living in Manchester. KITS combines vocals, electric guitar, synth, and sequenced percussion amidst other "toys”. The vision is to create something simple and meaningful with uplifting melodies and neat beats.

Booking information

All tickets £5.  They can be bought in three ways:
  • ONLINE - via this webpage, click on Book.
  • BY PHONE - Call More Music on 01524 831997 or Morecambe Visitor Information Centre on 01524 582808.
  • IN PERSON- At More Music or Morecambe Visitor Information Centre.