David Allred (Erased Tapes)

with support from Victoria Hume

The folk-inspired, multi-instrumentalist David Allred weaves “music of transcendent beauty” (The Sunday Times). Combining “mournful piano with delicate baritone” (Mojo) and gentle string orchestration, Allred paints “reflections on love, life and loss” (Loud and Quiet) in his emotionally rich modern ballads. Following 2018’s highly regarded album ’The Transition’ the Erased Tapes records artist delivers ‘The Cell’ as a companion piece that explores a deeper understanding of how to move forward in a vastly dissonant world with optimism, harmony and light.

With support from Victoria Hume.

This is an unallocated seated Colston Hall Presents event in Colston Hall Foyer.

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