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INDIE - Chernobyl Sunshine Club + Man Shaped Wolf +The Tiger Moths + Ben Hutcheson

The Fiddler's Elbow | 1 Malden Rd. | NW5 3HS | London
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GET YOURSELF INTO THE MUSIC HEART OF LONDON TOWN for this EXPLOSIVE FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL - 7pm - ONLY £5 entry

Chernobyl Sunshine Club

With a strange and unique sound earning them airplay on local and online radio, as well as some great reviews, Chernobyl Sunshine Club formed in London in 2016 and have been busy on the local circuit ever since. The lineup consisting of Frank Joseph-Lead Vocals and Rythm Guitar, Will Riley-Lead Guitar, Pablo-Bass, Andrea Arsan-Synth and Joe Ruggieri-Drums regularly perform around the capital, blending Alt Folk and Indie music to a growing following that cant help but join in with the songs' infectious vocal hooks and foot stomping choruses.

MAN SHAPED WOLF

We're like the hairy chaps with the snouts, except were more upright..........................and we rock harder

THE TIGER MOTHS

After a career break to pursue ‘solo projects’ they are finally back together with a bang, come see the Tiger Moths in all their glory to hear some new tracks and couple of the old ‘classics’

Ben Hutcheson’s dark husky growl sings of a world of intimacy and observation. Love, lust and tenderness, haunted dancehalls and broken promises - Ben’s world is weary though alive due to delicacy and romance. From Portishead to Nashville this is music for lovers, vagrants and thieves.” - Davey Ray Moore (CousteauX) 

“Ben Hutcheson, a young singer/songwriter with a wisdom beyond his years. His lyrics tackle universal themes such as love and loss, yet also weave captivating stories, with a contemporary feel. With a warm, rich voice he expresses emotion and authenticity and makes a genuine connection with his audience.”

- Julianne Regan (All About Eve)



Source: The Fiddler's Elbow website