Afro-psych-influenced pop from London
Tigercats return to the Castle for the third time, to preview songs from their third album. Singer Duncan Barrett has switched to kalimba, and a new brass section expands their sound in a tropical direction.
Patchwork Guilt was born in a bedroom in Bristol in 2014, through the late-night tinkerings of songwriter Phoenix Mundy.
She has since recorded and self-released two albums (2014’s ‘Punch Bowl’ and 2015’s ‘Dreaming on the Internet’) and three EPs, with mentions on BBC Introducing, Spotify’s ‘Fresh Finds’ playlist and a number of blogs including Indie Shuffle and Gold Flake Paint.
Hushed, hazy psychedelic pop pieced together through layers of guitars, synths and any other tidbits that she can find on her computer.
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