Matthew and the Atlas / The Magic Lantern

 


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On stage at 8.30, Matthew and the Atlas, based around guitar, banjo and voice, is the brilliant invention of Matt Hegarty.

Fresh from supporting Mumford and Sons, and described as 'brooding, moving and intense' by eAr magazine, his influences range from Nick Drake and Willy Mason to Gomez and Elbow.

Communion magazine were 'awestruck by his voice, his lyrics, his vibe', describing him as 'a cross between Bon Iver and Ray Lamontagne'.

Playing from 9.30pm will be the Magic Lantern. Combining the heartfelt stories of folk and the spirit of jazz, you'll hear echoes of Sufjan Stevens, Jeff Buckley and Belle and Sebastiens' Stuart Murdoch in their songs.

A beautiful blend of vocal, guitar, cello and percussion, Stool Pigeon described them as 'captivating and hazily dreamy, some of the loveliest music we've heard this year'.

  • 8.30pm

Where

The Gladstone
64 Lant Street, London, SE1 1QN
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