TWO gigs at the Yorkshire House starting tonight, Thursday, cross the boundaries of doom-filled rock, 90s free party reggae, beautiful duets and a decent splash of dub.
Manchester-based The Last Harbour have performed in the city before at the Yorkie’s LAWM and Opposite of Robot nights, and return to the venue with support from Lancaster’s Grammy nominated The Low Countries and singer-songwriter Nancy Kent.
The band are on tour promoting their new album and are described as an expansive collective playing “swooning dustbowl baroque”, according to Plan B.
Organiser ECP Promotions said of the band: “From dusty laments to doom-filled rock, from starkly beautiful duets to drifting clouds of looped noise, the only claims they make from their music are that it is honest and heartfelt.”
Entry is £6.
See the Lancaster Guardian (29-03-12) for full story.