Fancy That Events presents a night of unplugged and acoustic live music.
Fancy That Events presents a night of unplugged and acoustic live music. Expect live music from:
Hannah Wood is a Bristol vocalist and songwriter who draws influences from folk, soul and pop to create dreamy, sometimes haunting, sounds. Melancholic vocals and introspective lyrics mirror and bring comfort to our shared struggles.
Lockdown brings her debut EP, Violet Haze, allowing time for reflection and writing. The EP delivers intricate melodies and layered vocals, with nostalgic themes and earthy rhythms that stretch back through time.
Hannah crafted her sound on the Bristol music scene and has played at popular venues such as The Canteen, The Fleece and the Louisiana. Collaborating with local musicians and often singing with her sister, she brings an intimate air to any performance.
katriine is a Danish producer/songwriter creating pop-influenced music about her experience coming of age as a young woman. music has always been a tool for katriine to create an open and safe space for her to learn and understand her feelings. she aspires to create a community that fuels honesty, equality and keeping an open mind through her music.
PAPER & THE GIRl
‘Paper & the Girl are an acoustic duo who are honing their craft in England, UK. As satire meets sentiment, their lyrics are born with the ability to both tickle and break any heart that listens. Weaving haunting harmonies with crunchy chords, the pair are unveiling a sound that could be likened to John Martyn or The Swell Season
Paper & the Girl are an acoustic duo who are honing their craft in England, UK. As satire meets sentiment, their lyrics are born with the ability to both tickle and break any heart that listens.
Beautifully hopeful and simply acoustic, they present their rendition of a Richard Hawley track. Making their debut in the contemporary folk scene.
A blend of apathy and caring a little too much, 'clem' creates punchy indie tunes with bleak lyrical undertones that discuss doubt, fear and all the scary things that come with finding your place in the big wide world. Influenced by the beautifully poetic MARINA and the energetically emotional Twenty One Pilots, clem; armed with a piano and a microphone will let you know that it’s okay to be a bit of a mess sometimes, mostly from personal experience.
Making subtle waves around his hometown of Bristol through playing around the city alone in places such as Mr Wolfs, Zed Alley and getting slots at Redfest, 'clem' conquered larger crowds at The Fleece and Thekla with his band all while studying music in the city he groups up in. He released his debut single 'Arty Devotee' in late 2019. 'Mum pick me up, I'm scared' and 'All Went Grey' followed in 2021 acting as solid foundations for plans yet to come.