The Woe Betides - Under the Sand
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The headline act was Jeremy Warmsley of course. He wowed the crammed confines of the Lock Tavern's upstairs with a set that demonstrated a cohesiveness and confidence on the rise. The lack of a piano ruled out a few numbers but the songs he picked from both albums merged together really well. For me, this is the sign of a good live act, when an artist doesn't sound like they are simply reproducing their album on stage. If you want to listen to an album, you can do that anywhere.
A new track, I Don't Know, sounded incredible with backing harmonies timed to absolute perfection. Hopefully that will emerge soon. One thing all London based Warmsley fans should drag themselves down to is The Heartbreak Ball in Farringdon on Sunday 15th February. It's an all-day (well 4pm onwards) affair curated by Jeremy, featuring the likes of Johnny Flynn, Slow Club, Gossamer Albatross, A Classic Education and Stars of Sunday League. The man himself will be performing as well obviously. To celebrate this and the best holiday of the year, Valentine's Day, he will be releasing an acoustic version of If He Breaks Your Heart for download the day before. Listen to it below and get your tickets.Jeremy Warmsley - If He Breaks Your Heart (acoustic)
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