Kathryn Joseph at the Colston HallPosted on: 08 Nov 2018
Scottish singer-songwriter Kathryn Joseph will be live at Colston Hall on Sunday 24th February 2019.
Kathryn Joseph (born Kathryn Emma Sawers) is a Scottish singer-songwriter and musician. Her debut album ‘Bones You Have Thrown Me and Blood I’ve Spilled’ won the 2015 Scottish Album of the Year Award.
Joseph, along with director, actor and musician Cora Bissett, wrote the music for a stage version of Emma Donoghue’s book Room, which was produced by Theatre Royal Stratford East and Dublin’s Abbey Theatre, in association with National Theatre of Scotland and Covent Garden Productions.
In 2017, Joseph collaborated with Marcus Mackay and The Twilight Sad’s James Graham on the project ‘Out Lines’. Their debut album Conflats was released in October 2017. In June 2018, she appeared on the BBC Radio 4 programme Loose Ends, and in August 2018 released her second album ‘From When I Wake the Want Is’.
Intimate, fearlessly frank and with a fathoms-deep emotional resonance, Katheryn Joseph’s second release ‘From When I Wake the Want Is’ takes it’s listeners on a turbulent journey through her psyche in a “constant exchange between pain and beauty” (The Skinny). Bringing together heavily rhythmic piano, striking vocals and vivid lyrics, Joseph’s modern folk songs of devastating intensity will have you entranced.
Tickets are already available from £10.90 click on the link!
Venue: Colston Hall
Date: Sun 24 Feb 2019
Price: £10.90 incl. booking fee
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