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Waste Of Paint / Jack Conman / Listening Club
Tue 17th Sep @ 9:00 pmFREE ENTRY
The Sesh at Polar Bear – Free Entry, 18+
Live Music / Drinks Offers / Pool Table / Beer Garden / DJs til late
10.45pm – Waste of Paint
One of Hull’s finest troubadours and head of The Speak Easy, Adam Brodie has plied his trade providing Hull singer songwriters with spotlight performances across the North.
We, however, get to have him back in his rightful place, headlining The Sesh at Polar Bear.
His teamwork with Dan Spooner has seen a fresh look Waste Of Paint back writing, recording, releasing and playing new music.
With some of the finest musicians joining to form the band the songs always deserved (our very own Sarge along with Grace Christiansen & Jamie Dean)
Compared to Bright Eyes, inspired by the likes of David Bowie and Neil Young this is music to get you thinking.
10pm – Jack Conman
20 year-old English singer-songwriter, musician & virtuoso guitarist, Jack Conman is based in Hull, UK.
Conman entices listeners with a blend of intricate vocals, goose-bump ridden choruses and a perfect mix of melancholy and energy, dictating the atmosphere in every song. His influences are drawn from the likes of King Krule, Matt Corby, Jamie Isaac and Keaton Henson. In 2016 he completed a 25 gig UK tour with Coffeehouse Sessions and saw his Debut EP on Warren Records, Euphoria springs hit #5 in the ITunes Singer/Songwriter charts.
We’re chuffed to welcome him back
9.15pm – Listening Club
Listening Club are a band, a radio show – and a place to love and listen to music.
Between them they have played Glastonbury, penned tunes for E4 Skins, recorded numerous sessions for BBC Introducing – and toured the UK extensively.
As a band they produce tight, catchy tunes rooted in pop and guitar jangle – with a bit of skiffle thrown in.
The first of a trio of singles ‘Skiffle Scuffle’ was released in July with Neil Scott (Felt, Denim, Everything But The Girl) on production duties and Jon Spence (Happy Mondays) engineering.
DJs til 2.30am