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9Bach and The Little Unsaid

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9Bach and The Little Unsaid

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9Bach and The Little Unsaid

Celtic Connections

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Dates and times

Friday 24 January 2020
7:30PM - 10:00PM

Longtime vanguard insurgents in Welsh music’s uphill/underdog battle within the wider Celtic scene, 9Bach followed up 2015’s landmark Best Album win at the Radio 2 Folk Awards with brooding yet passionate third LP Anian. Fusing original Welsh-language folk, downtempo grooves, dirty guitar riffs and Greek/Middle Eastern influences, it also features Rhys Ifans and Peter Gabriel as guest vocalists. 

“If they were Scandinavians, they’d be selling out arenas soon” (Mojo)

Signed to Reveal Records (home of Lau, Eddi Reader, Kris Drever, Joan As Police Woman) The Little Unsaid have been busy creating 'Atomise',  their new studio album due for release in May. Led by Yorkshire-born songwriter and multi-instrumentalist John Elliott, The Little Unsaid have a rigorous work ethic and a genre-spanning approach to song-writing that embraces elements of electronica, folk, jazz and alt-rock. Their live shows are highly emotive unique experiences, a world class band not to be missed. 

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