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April’s opener, Gretta Ray, graces London for her first ever show here! Hailing from Australia, this rising star is not one to miss. Rolling Stone recently called her “an artist rapidly honing her craft” and we’re obsessed with her track ‘Drive’. https://youtu.be/5d0rwhERGBw
Your new favourite singer-songwriter comes in the form of Mo Evans. With influences that include Jeff Buckley, Paolo Nutini, Lou Reed and many more, his first EP ‘Spilled My Love’ is emotive, wistfully melancholic and wrapped in stunning conviction. Not to be missed.
With a slot at The Great Escape confirmed, as well as a busy Festival season, Lyra will be joining the April line-up at Communion. The Cork-raised singer released her ‘Wild’ EP in 2016 and we’ve been hooked ever since.
Yungblud is the most exciting rebel solo since Jamie T. It’s obvious from your first listen this guy will give you a lot more than his predecessors that have tried and not quite made the cut. High octane nu-wave indie with a sprinkling of wavy electro make YUNGBLUD a very exciting prospect… oh and his grandad was in T-Rex in the 70s. COOL!
Having sold out his headline show at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen for Monday 3rd April, we’re giving you another chance to catch this rising singer songwriter! Dermot Kennedy’s set is sure to involve genuine and beautiful storytelling and his new EP ‘Doves & Ravens’ is set for release on 14th April.
Taking the headline slot this month is Flyte. Their latest release ‘Victoria Falls’ was premiered through The Independent and featured in Apple Music’s ‘Best of The Week’ playlist. The band are currently recording their debut album, and we’re hoping for a sneaky preview at this month’s Communion! Don’t miss it.