Then there were three tour.
Old Sea Brigade + John Joseph Brill + Tom Joshua
Entry Requirements: 18+
Featuring a rotating bill of Joseph Brill (London), Old Sea Brigade (Nashville) and Tom Joshua (Teeside), the 'Then There Were Three Tour' will see a triple-header of emerging singer-songwriters from the most unlikely of places take to the Scottish highlands (via Middlesbrough) in a Ford Fiesta this August.
Old Sea Brigade
John Joseph Brill
March 18th sees the release of the first single and title track from John Joseph Brill’s second EP, ‘False Names’ on Killing Moon Records. Recorded at Liverpool's Elevator Studios, the EP will be released in Spring 2016. Having returned from a 10-date European tour with Daughter he is now readying himself for headline shows at London’s St Pancras Old Church on April 6th and Liverpool’s Scandinavian Church on April 8th.
His songs resound with soul-bearing intimacy and a sonic intensity all hung around Brill's brandy-warm baritone. Speaking about the track he explains “It's a song about a best mate, a tremendous, beautiful, flawed best mate who I wouldn't change for the world and how a mate like that can take you rampaging around a town and make all the darkness and nonsense disappear.”
Tom Joshua is a singer songwriter from Teeside, North East England.
His life with music is relatively new-found and he’s been haphazardly writing and picking up instruments over the last couple of years.
His songs dance around notions of the end of the world, nostalgia, and a good deal of heartache. With influences from Nick drake, Damien Rice, and a plethora of teen-angst bands, the sound is rooted primarily in folk, but tends to wander down wider, more cinematic and expansive soundscapes.