Will Sheff / Okkervil River
Plus Julie Odell
For the past two decades, Will Sheff has established himself as an indie rock luminary with his band Okkervil River. Now, the musician is stepping out under his own name, with his album ‘Nothing Special’ marking the start of this new chapter.
Sheff’s solo work draws on the cerebral and frenetic indie rock of Okkervil River whilst offering a distinct sonic shift. His striking, narrative lyrics delve into even more vivid depths, delivered amongst cinematic and luscious instrumental accompaniment. And collaboration is still at the core with Death Cab for Cutie’s pianist Zac Rae and the Dawes’ Griffin Goldsmith featured on his debut solo record.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Ages 14+ (Under 16s to be accompanied by an adult)
Start time: 20:00
“One of indie rock’s most ambitious thinkers”
New Orleans-based singer/songwriter Julie Odell thinks a lot about transformation – the changes we undergo give us an opportunity for perspective, to honour our former selves, and to understand our current self. As human beings, we are constantly evolving and refining the things that define us – a concept that is apparent throughout her latest album, ‘Autumn Eve’.
Her music is folky, dreamy, and soulful, marked by her powerful, peculiar vocals, detailed textures, and an instinct for immediate songcraft. As a child, Odell was as an aspiring meteorologist – although she reckons she’s chasing musical tornadoes now, since her songs are wispy, unpredictable beasts.
Rough Trade Bristol
Rough Trade is located near Broadmead shopping centre, 400m from city centre bus stops and directly opposite The Lanes on Nelson Street.
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