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Barbican announces Gotts Street Park & Friends and Titanic supporting Efterklang

Gotts Street Park Trio

Gotts Street Park makes its Barbican debut with a live presentation of some of the Leeds-based trio’s favourite studio moments and collaborations so far – from their first release, right up until today.

Gotts Street Park is Tom Henry (keys) and Joe Harris (guitar), and Josh Crocker (bass, production). More than that, Gotts Street Park is the story of three companions who’ve been honing their creative chemistry for a decade. With their latest record On The Inside (Blue Flower Music, 2023) the trio want their music to communicate, on record, exactly how it feels when they’re in the studio writing it. The group say: “Our music isn’t super messed-with or over-produced. A lot of the time, we haven’t done much to change the music from how it was created”. 

What began as an outlet for Gotts Street Park’s shared love for sixties Motown, soon became a jewel in the Yorkshire scene’s creative crown, with millions of Spotify streams to their name and some of hip-hop and pop’s most exciting emerging voices requesting collaborations. Artists such as Celeste, Kali Uchis, Yellow Days and Rachel Chinouriri are just a few of the acts the band have individually written and produced for. On The Inside has pushed their sound into thrilling new territories. 

For this special performance at the Barbican in November 2024, the group will be joined by some of the guest artists who have collaborated with them along the way. They will perform work from their twelve-track album as well as music from across their back catalogue in all its mesmerising, moving and marvelous invention.

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Danish band Efterklang return to the Barbican in October 2024 for a one-of-a-kind celebration as they prepare to release new music.

Ever-exploring, Efterklang has been releasing acclaimed albums since 2004 on record labels such as Leaf, 4AD, and City Slang. Over the years, they have gained a reputation as one of the most engaging and dazzling live bands. The group has a special gift for creating concert experiences that are inclusive and inspiring as well as experimental and ambitious. The band's music ingeniously weaves together elements from pop, indie-rock, post-rock, and electronic music.

Returning once more to the Barbican almost exactly 20 years after the release of their debut album and following their latest euphoric performance at the Centre in March 2020 whilst touring their album Altid Sammen (4AD, 2019), the band has since released a new album Windflowers (City Slang, 2021) and has plans for new music on the horizon later this year. 

The three childhood friends and founding band members: Mads BrauerCasper Clausen, and Rasmus Stolberg will invite a strong line-up of musicians to join them on stage at the Barbican, taking audiences on a joyous journey through brand new tracks and timeless classics from Efterklang’s flourishing catalogue.

Support comes from Titanic, a new project comprising Guatemalan cellist and composer Mabe Fratti and composer and multi-instrumentalist Hector Tosta.

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