LIONFACE – Debut Manchester performance at Dry Live!

Lionface

Thursday 10th April – Dry Live.

LIONFACE

On Sale now – TICKETS HERE

Press release:

“Lionface is creating innovations that deserve more attention. Listen and become beguiled.” – Counter Point

“Sonically stunning.” – The Sound of Confusion

“A vocal tour de force.” – Bristol Live Magazine

“A thundering production, capped off stunningly with Kat’s incredible and powerful vocals… we can’t think of a more dynamic track this year.” – Sound Advice

“A swift kick in the teeth to mainstream pop.” – Green Man

“..brilliantly twisted electronic pop..” – London on the Inside

Lionface is the pseudonym for Bristol’s alt-pop rising star some may recognise as the charismatic bass-player and backing vocalist for the now defunct London punks The King Blues. A storming 2013 saw her release two EPs, five music videos and take her energetic live show across the country.

Following the success of debut ‘Run For Cover’, her latest EP ‘Beast’ was released in late 2013 to widespread acclaim, with multiple spins on BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio and rave reviews across the blogosphere. Led by Kat’s compelling vocal, ‘Beast’ is a blinding piece of subversive alt-pop. It incorporates everything from industrial samples to diva-esque crescendos; creating something thundering and unique.

Looking to start 2014 in a big way, Lionface is back in the studio working on new material with long time producer Peter Miles [Dry The River, We Are The Ocean, The Skints]. Catch this emerging alt-pop gem on her nationwide tour in April.

 

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