Trio of bands to play Miss Peapods in Penryn
10:00am Friday 15th June 2012 in What's On
A trio of bands are heading for Penryn this weekend. Little Unsaid, Lampliter and Fire Island Pines will all perform at Miss Peapod’s on Saturday night.
After gestating in a quiet Yorkshire town, The Little Unsaid has slowly evolved into a one man band of pluckers, key pressers, blowers, programmers and wailers.
Music press in response to live shows and independent releases has already made comparisons with acts as diverse as Nick Drake, Radiohead, Jeff Buckley, John Martyn and Massive Attack, owing to an intricate blend of poetic songwriting in the folk tradition with electronic soundscapes, intricate guitar work and soulful vocals.
Lampliter are a Devon based band pitched tentatively somewhere between the alt rock and alt folk camps and based around the work of singer/songwriter Tobias B Jacob.
Fire Island Pines, from Wadebridge have been winning over audiences from Bristol to Brighton with their quirky blend of bright and breezy pop songs and low-key bittersweet vocals enriched by brass, percussion and a trio of gently jangling guitars.
Doors open at 7pm. Tickets cost £5 in advance, £7 on the door (£6 NUS) or from wegottickets.com/ misspeapods.