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The Hanging Stars

Pop Mutations & Freakender present: The Hanging Stars + support Friday 21st October Stereo

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The Hanging Stars

7:00pm ‐ 10:00pm
Stereo
22 Renfield Ln, Glasgow, G2 5AR
Pop Mutations Event by Pop Mutations

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Pop Mutations & Freakender present:
The Hanging Stars

  • support
    Friday 21st October
    Stereo

Cosmic Americana from London town mixing desert haze with grey rain.

Blending folk pastoralism with swampy 60s Americana, The Hanging Stars sound like the missing link between the California desert sun and the grey skies of London Town. The album was recorded between LA, Nashville and Walthamstow, with each of these vastly different places leaving an indelible mark on the songs. Their debut album Over the Silvery Lake came out in March 2016.
The band is made up of songwriter, singer and guitarist Richard Olson, Sam Ferman on bass, Paulie Cobra on drums, Patrick Ralla on banjo, guitar, keyboards and assorted instruments, with pedal steel courtesy of Horse and Joe Harvey Whyte.
The Hanging Stars place themselves firmly as part of a long folk tradition encompassing European and North American influences – as a continuation rather than a pastiche of these styles.
On the back of their album release, The Hanging Stars played sold-out shows at The Finsbury in Manor House and London’s The Lexington for an end of year extravaganza. They also shared the stage with Teenage Fanclub at their sold-out show at Islington Assembly Hall and played at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia.

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