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Serendipity 2.0 - November 22nd on Wednesday 22nd November 2017
We are delighted to have FOREIGNFOX headlining this event. From Dunfermline, this 5 piece alt-roc band fuel their emotive and cinematic instrumentation with an uncompromising commentary on the hopes and fears of the modern individual; they are an intense, passionate and utterly compelling live act.
The Nickajack Men will be supporting - a four-piece band from Denny, who pitch there style somewhere between alternative-country and indie rock, with heavy influences from bands such as The Districts, The War on Drugs, Delta Spirit and The Alabama Shake.
Stephen McLaren will be opening the night. He aims to evoke feelings of nostalgia, loss and longing, 'We Used To Go Raving' was created as a musical commentary on the post-millennium human condition. With subject matter ranging from the personal to political, the distant past to the harsh reality of the present, the album is an inspired and thought-provoking collection of electro-rock tracks.
Photography exhibition by Emanuele Centi. Originally from Rome and now based in Edimburgh, Emanuele started focusing in Landscape photography, his first love, in late 2016. Besides shooting landscapes in the Scottish Highlands, this highly versatile photographer has been covering music events and creating most expressive and poweful portrait photography.
Fully committed and passionate about the visual arts, he is keen to share his passion with the public!
Live painting by our Resident artist Ruby.
And don't forget - a drink, a beat and an image make the greatest of memories.
More info at: https://www.facebook.com/Serendipityedin/
Music Genres: Alternative, Indie, Rock
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