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Native Harrow

Support from A Different Thread

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Two members of the band Native Harrow wearing a blue denim jacket and brown leather coat respectively in a street lined with brown brick buildings.

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.

Presented by Bristol Beacon

Standing event

16+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)

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A Different Thread


Warm, deep singer-songwriters who have drank from the well of 20th century tradition.

Folk Radio

The venue

The Crofters Rights

Covid-19 Safety Measures at The Crofters Rights

Please follow these safety measures when you visit The Crofters Rights. If you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate you should not attend this event.

  Wear a face covering

  Follow one-way signage

  PCR/Lateral flow test encouraged, proof not required

  Be respectful of other people’s personal space

Getting There

Address: 117-119 Stokes Croft, Cotham, Bristol BS1 3RW

Crofters Rights is located near Bristol city centre in Stokes Croft, 8-minutes walk from The Bearpit and opposite Carriageworks.

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