I’m not up on all these things, but does heaven have enforcement angels ? who keeps the peace up there ?
Stewart Warwick has the voice of a heavenly bouncer, A delicate falsetto backed with muscular weight. It’s a musical veiled threat, and you have nothing to fear unless you step out of line.
The album is out in mid January, and you can pre-order it here, but for now get to know this little slice of heaven.
This is beautiful, fragile, spacious and lovely. It’s a free download too.
There really isn’t anything else I need to say, apart from the fact that there are some live dates knocking about down below. If you can’t wait for one of these, she apparently busks every Sunday at Columbia Road Flower Market.
1st, The Revelry, Exeter
2nd, Inside Out, Sidmouth
3th, The Grapevine, Exmouth
6th, The Golden Lion, Bristol
8th, Porters Wine Bar, Hastings
11th, Onetaste Festival, The Bedford, Balham, London
15th, Pegs + Pans, The Vintage Emporium, London
18th, Glad Residency, The Gladstone, Borough, London
December – album launch
5th, St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road, London
Here’s a lovely surprise in the inbox for a Friday afternoon.
Tom Hickox has a sonorous baritone voice that sounds like warm fog. According to the press release Tom’s dad was an acclaimed conductor, his mum – a timpanist, and he spent his teenage years reading Becket.
In a weird way I think you can hear all of that here. It’s certainly unique, and there is a surefootedness to his sound that makes you feel like you’re in safe hands.
His album – War, Peace and Diplomacy is now, officially, highly anticipated. I said so.
Summer is happening in my ears.
Vacationer are giving this sublime remix away as a free download, and if it tickles your fancy, you’ll be pleased to know that they will release their debut album ‘Gone’ through Downtown Records on 25 June, 2012.
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