House of Hats

Saturday March 9th 8pm

[£7] Buy tickets online or [box office: 01428 642 161]

This event is at St Christopher’s Church in Wey Hill
Haslemere Fringe Festival are proud to announce that Brighton based band the House of Hats, together with special guests Indigo Earth and Emily Baker will be performing at St Christopher’s Church in Wey Hill on Saturday March 9th. The sound that has been unearthed from House of Hats has been described as ‘Fleetwood Mac meets Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’ This is a comparison most likely made due to the male and female vocalists (Alex & Noddy) sharing the lead, and the richness and depth of the harmonies created.

The single ‘This Love’ was released last spring to rave reviews including Radio 2’s Zoe Ball who said at the Cambridge Folk Festival, “House of Hats, your set was stunning, such harmonies that stayed with me”

Indigo Earth are an Alt-Folk five piece band based in London. They have inspired audiences with their anthemic melodies and close harmonies at venues across the UK and are quickly becoming regarded as one of the most exciting new bands on the London scene.

It was during a visit to the American South that Emily Baker penned her latest album, All at Sea. A record of raw and rugged beauty, the result of a 4000 mile round trip with touring buddy Kira Small. From the glacial beauty of Northern Lights to the homesick strum of Tennessee, you’ll hear the echoes of Carole King, Ryan Adams and K.D. Lang. Her heartfelt songs detail love, ambition and human fragility – all told through Emily’s distinctive, soulful voice.

Ticket prices are £7 in advance or £8 on the door and doors open at 7:30. For those who have not joined us before, a bar will be available

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