Pennsylvania folk duo Native Harrow make warm, desert-funk infused tunes that harness a glimmering, timeless nostalgia. Made up of Devin Tuel and her partner Stephen Harms, the band explore themes of anxiety, introspection and the perpetual motion of time.
“While the clock is moving, we can hold onto one another and maybe there will be tears but there will also be laughter,” Tuel said of their fourth album ‘Closeness.’ Here, Native Harrow are expanding their aspirations to produce a “razor-sharp folk rock” (Mojo), with “shades of Joni Mitchell” (The Times) and “exquisite forays into warm 70s grooves” (Uncut). ‘Closeness’ offers an optimistic and heartfelt escapade into the human experience.
This is a standing Bristol Beacon presents show at The Crofter’s Rights, 117-119 Stokes Croft, Cotham, Bristol BS1 3RW
Start Time: 20.00
On Wednesday 23 September 2020 Colston Hall changed its name to Bristol Beacon.
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