No stranger to the North East music scene, Nathalie recently performed in Damo Suzuki’s Network and collaborated with Glasgow’s Tilde for a one-off performance at GNAW VIII. She is currently putting the finishing touches to her new album, expected to be released in spring/early summer, and will be sharing brand new music.
The ambient three piece create texture and movement from subtle guitars and keys, sometimes jarringly set against bold percussion. Punctuated with sublime stillness and simplicity, their songs settle somewhere on the spectrum between Purity Ring and Death Cab, with traditional instrumentation woven between layers of harmonic glitches and melodic drones.
Worry Party will be celebrating the release of their debut EP 'Souvenirs' at the gig, which will be available to stream from midday.
York / Leeds based Mayshe-Mayshe imbues her dreamlike electronic pop with rich storytelling, skittering percussion and infectious melodies. Her deceptively simple songwriting - at once universal and deeply personal - incorporates choral vocals, looping synths and the occasional hairdryer. Her debut album 'Cocoa Smoke' was released last October, preceding gigs with Living Body, Joan of Arc, and a tour with Sheffield's James Ewan Tait.