The Leisure Society meet the Heritage Orchestra + Loney Dear

Performing songs from Into The Murky Water and The Sleeper with full orchestral accompaniment

8 December 2011 / 20:00
Hall


Tickets:
£15 - 20

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The Leisure Societyís second, triumphant album Into The Murky Water was released in Summer 2011, with the songwriting genius that brought their debut two Ivor Novello nominations this time accompanied by widescreen instrumental arrangements.


Barbican podcast (The Leisure Society, Josh T Pearson, Iain Sinclair, Mouse on Mars)

For this special one-off show, the band collaborate with the maverick, 30-strong Heritage Orchestra and their conductor Jules Buckley to perform songs from Into The Murky Water and from their acclaimed debut The Sleeper in all their richly-textured glory.

The Leisure Society - Dust On The Dancefloor


ĎA truly gorgeous collection of soundsí Drowned In Sound

The critically acclaimed album Into The Murky Water will be reissued on 31 October via Full Time Hobby.  Includes bonus disc of covers, instrumentals and rarities. 

Unfortunately, Micah P. Hinson has not yet recovered from an arm injury sustained earlier this year, and so is unable to play guitar. This means that he has had to withdraw from the support slot for The Leisure Society Meet The Heritage Orchestra show. We are pleased to announce that support instead will come from Swedish singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Loney Dear.

Loney Dear - I Was Only Going Out 




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This event is part of:
Autumn Contemporary Events 2011 Multi-Buy


Produced by the Barbican




 

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