Little Victories No. 7– Anna Pancaldi, Gus Harrower, Rhona Macfarlane

Jul 26 2017 19:30 - 23:30

Leith Depot, 140 Leith Walk, EH6 5DT Edinburgh


Little Victories is a boutique record label and promoter based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Since it all started in 2014 we’ve put on shows across the UK, from tiny cafes, to candlelit churches and cavernous theatres.

After six fantastic shows in Leith Depot, Little Victories is back for its seventh monthly music night, featuring another roster of incredible artists.

Before we tell you about July's incredible line-up, let us tell you about what we like, and what you’ll get from these shows. Tunes. That’s basically it. We like folk, we like pop, we like indie, we like rock. We like people who write songs, we like people who interpret songs. We like what we like, and we think you’ll like it too.

Anna Pancaldi – Described by Spindle as "arguably one of the hottest new acts out there," Anna Pancaldi has been making waves across the UK independent music scene for two years. This London based singer/songwriter has received high praise from shows across BBC Radio 2 and 6 Music, and her latest single, 'Brother' was featured on four (yes four) huge Spotify playlists within a week of release. With a voice that comes from deep within the soul and an uncanny ability to tug on our heart strings, Anna's set is sure to give you goosebumps.

Gus Harrower – Gus Harrower is only 18-years-old but he's already achieved so much. A talented songwriter and excellent showman – a skill garnered from a youth spent in musical theatre – the Edinburgh local has just released his new EP, 'Where We Were' and filled Leith's Biscuit Factory for its launch. Switching seamlessly between piano and guitar, Gus plays beautifully crafted songs that defy genre. Everybody wants a piece of Gus right now and we've got a little bit to share with you this month!

Rhona Macfarlane – Rhona Mcfarlane is a rare find at a live music night. She's a 'real' musician – studying violin at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. And it's clear on first listen that this Scottish songwriter has a deep understanding of the music she writes. A multi-instrumentalist and talented lyricist, she's appeared at the Montrose Music Festival, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Perthshire Amber and on the renowned Danny Kyle open stage at Celtic Connections. We're so excited to have her gracing our stage this July.

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