Sun Nov 21 2021

8:30 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Green Note

106 Parkway London NW1 7AN

£13.10

All Ages

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LEWIS BARFOOT: “Vocals to melt the hearts of angels” FRUK.  

"Barfoots voice, deft guitar-work and her perceptive songs blend magically to create an album to curl up with, and be thankful for"  - JACKIE HAYDEN - MUSIC WRITER, HOT PRESS

Alt Folk artist Lewis Barfoot announces her headline Irish and UK tour to celebrate the release of her debut album, Glenaphuca released in March 2021. A gorgeous album that condenses modern maturity into a melodic simplicity. Described by Folk Radio UK as: “The delightful sound of a musician who is both an accomplished composer of original material and a torchbearer keeping alive traditional styles and song, Unequivocally enjoyable, Glenaphuca is an absolute treat”. The tour includes dates in Cork, London, Brighton, Frome and Stroud with a scattering of intimate house concerts along the way. Featuring popular singles White DressSweet Dreams, Fisherman as heard on RTE Radio 1, Raidio na Gaeltacht, FRUK and across BBC Radio. Lewis works with an uncomplicated loveliness of sound, blending ethereal, evocative vocals with original compositions and reinventions of traditional songs from Ireland and the UK. Frequently compared to the likes of Kate Rusby, Sandy Denny, Maíre Brennan and Julie Fowlis.

 

Glenaphuca

Glenaphuca is a folk prayer to the ancestors. Poignant and profound, melancholic and beautiful, Lewis muses upon life, death, loss and the silenced feminine voice with the deepest grace. “There is nothing dark, dreary or morbid about this album, because Lewis knows that those who are gone before us are with us, are our constant companions. I think you will also find much beauty in this remarkable album” (Seán Laffey, Irish Music Magazine). In White Dress, an elegiac lament for Lewis’s mothershe ponders life after deathwith The Fox and Twa Corbies she honours the natural cycles of death in nature and in Sweet Dreams she celebrates a life that has passed. “It is difficult to believe that this is a debut album, such is its assured quality”  (FRUK). “It won’t be long before this hugely talented artist is well known in her own right” (Jonathan Roscoe).

 

Glenaphuca was produced by Lewis at Soup Studios, London and mastered by Pete Maher.  Featuring guest musicians Elisabeth Flett (Fiddle), the late Matt Dibble (Clarinet, Piano), Hannah Thomas (Cello), Maria Rodriguez Reina (Cello on White Dress), Ansuman Biswas (Percussion) and Jonny Huddersfield Helm (Drums). Having previously performed in Irish folk ensemble Rún, Lewis has since cut her teeth as a solo artist on the London folk circuit, appearing regularly for institutions such as Nest Collective before moving back to her maternal home of Ireland. 

 

Lewis Barfoot

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Lewis Barfoot

Sun Nov 21 2021 8:30 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Green Note London
Lewis Barfoot

£13.10 All Ages

LEWIS BARFOOT: “Vocals to melt the hearts of angels” FRUK.  

"Barfoots voice, deft guitar-work and her perceptive songs blend magically to create an album to curl up with, and be thankful for"  - JACKIE HAYDEN - MUSIC WRITER, HOT PRESS

Alt Folk artist Lewis Barfoot announces her headline Irish and UK tour to celebrate the release of her debut album, Glenaphuca released in March 2021. A gorgeous album that condenses modern maturity into a melodic simplicity. Described by Folk Radio UK as: “The delightful sound of a musician who is both an accomplished composer of original material and a torchbearer keeping alive traditional styles and song, Unequivocally enjoyable, Glenaphuca is an absolute treat”. The tour includes dates in Cork, London, Brighton, Frome and Stroud with a scattering of intimate house concerts along the way. Featuring popular singles White DressSweet Dreams, Fisherman as heard on RTE Radio 1, Raidio na Gaeltacht, FRUK and across BBC Radio. Lewis works with an uncomplicated loveliness of sound, blending ethereal, evocative vocals with original compositions and reinventions of traditional songs from Ireland and the UK. Frequently compared to the likes of Kate Rusby, Sandy Denny, Maíre Brennan and Julie Fowlis.

 

Glenaphuca

Glenaphuca is a folk prayer to the ancestors. Poignant and profound, melancholic and beautiful, Lewis muses upon life, death, loss and the silenced feminine voice with the deepest grace. “There is nothing dark, dreary or morbid about this album, because Lewis knows that those who are gone before us are with us, are our constant companions. I think you will also find much beauty in this remarkable album” (Seán Laffey, Irish Music Magazine). In White Dress, an elegiac lament for Lewis’s mothershe ponders life after deathwith The Fox and Twa Corbies she honours the natural cycles of death in nature and in Sweet Dreams she celebrates a life that has passed. “It is difficult to believe that this is a debut album, such is its assured quality”  (FRUK). “It won’t be long before this hugely talented artist is well known in her own right” (Jonathan Roscoe).

 

Glenaphuca was produced by Lewis at Soup Studios, London and mastered by Pete Maher.  Featuring guest musicians Elisabeth Flett (Fiddle), the late Matt Dibble (Clarinet, Piano), Hannah Thomas (Cello), Maria Rodriguez Reina (Cello on White Dress), Ansuman Biswas (Percussion) and Jonny Huddersfield Helm (Drums). Having previously performed in Irish folk ensemble Rún, Lewis has since cut her teeth as a solo artist on the London folk circuit, appearing regularly for institutions such as Nest Collective before moving back to her maternal home of Ireland. 

 

Lewis Barfoot

Lewis Barfoot

Folk

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The venue comprises both seated and standing space. There are a limited number of seats. These are allocated on a first come first served basis, so if you'd like a seat, please ensure you arrive early.


Tickets are non-refundable, EXCEPT in the case of a show being cancelled. In certain circumstances credit notes will be issued. Please see greennote.co.uk for full refund policy.


TicketWeb are committed to supporting grassroots & independent music across the UK and are proud to partner with & support the work of the Music Venue Trust. A 50p contribution from the booking fee on each ticket goes directly to maintain and sustain this venue. For more info on the work the Music Venues Trust does to support grassroots venues in the UK please visit www.musicvenuetrust.com


The current covid-19 pandemic is a constantly evolving situation so we will be regularly reviewing our safety measures. Please see www.greennote.co.uk for our most up to date information. If we require any preparation from you in advance of your visit, we will contact you in due course.