The talented daughter of Mr. King Khan is coming for the first time to Bristol!
Saba Lou was born in the year 2000 in Kassel, Germany. She moved to Berlin with her family in 2005. She began her recording career at the age of 6, putting out a 4 song 7-inch on Atlanta's Slaughthaus/Rob's House Records. At the age of 8 she recorded "Good Habits (and Bad)" which was then used for the end credits on Cartoon Network's "Clarence" t.v. show. The song was also released in 2012 on the "Until The End" 7-inch on Seth Bogart's (aka Hunx) label Wacky Wacko records.
Saba Lou recorded her debut album "Planet Enigma" this year at the age of fifteen.
Ryan Sambol, of the Strange Boys, makes a guest appearance on "Our Fate". Erin Wood from the Spits also sings back ups and provides some space synth on "Planet Enigma".
The album was recorded at Moon Studios, Berlin in late 2015- early 2016. Saba Lou is currently finishing up high school in Berlin. Her hobbies are drawing, collecting records, reading and writing songs.
SNAILS generate moments of suburban guitar pop reverie for lonely people walking to the shops. Formed after a friend's request to soundtrack a budget slasher involving a homicidal nun, their sound bears the influence of mavericks such as Basil Kirchin, Syd Barrett and Nico. Snails will air new material from their forthcoming debut LP, released early summer 2016 on The Great Pop Supplement.
"Eerie, beautiful, modestly majestic." Stephen Pastel
Vinegar are a Bristol-based 6-piece who formed in early 2016 when Paul Morris and Robin Williams started writing songs together and they have grown and grown since then. More of a collective than a band, they write jangly, reverby guitar driven songs which blur the line between shoegaze and pop, post-rock/psychadelia and straight ahead rock n roll, creating what the band term as lo-fi surf-psyche pop!
Wednesday 29th August
Rough Trade Bristol
3 New Bridewell, Nelson Street
Bristol BS1 2QD
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