Rain Today presents - Myles Manley / Mat Riviere / Sophie McGrath / sky coloured

Feb 17 2017 19:00 - 23:00

Amersham Arms, 388 New Cross Rd, SE14 6TY London

New London gig series Rain Today gets up and running in 2017 with a return to the Amersham Arms in New Cross.

The aim of the series - in the spirit of Nina Simone's take on Randy Newman's 'I Think It's Going to Rain Today' - is to promote and combine songwriting and musical innovation in jazz, electronica and more.

Feb 17th will see exactly that, with an amazing bill of brilliant songwriting, inventive arrangements and imaginative performance.

Myles Manley is 'one of those eccentric geniuses who light up their surroundings' - Clash Magazine

mat riviere makes 'genius bleak pop' - NME

Sophie McGrath makes 'intimate and atmospheric pieces in the tradition of writers like Cat Power or Soap&Skin, built piece-by-piece with a loop pedal' - The Quietus

sky coloured are a new SE London band. Influences include jazz, funk, Americana and church choral music.

General Admission

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