Martha Tilson starts ‘The Tape’ soundtrack tour in March

Following the autumn 2021 launch of ‘The Tape’, her debut feature film, which she wrote, directed and starred in, singer-songwriter Martha Tilston has announced her first UK tour in almost five years, with dates in February and March.
The soundtrack for ‘The Tape‘ was recorded live on set; A UK first for a non-concert film and the only time since Robert Altman’s ‘Nashville‘ in 1975. Tilston will be performing several of its piano-based songs in her live show, including the singles’ Sadness of The Sea‘ and ‘In This Song‘.
Tilston grew up in the far west of Cornwall before basing herself in London when she became a professional musician. She has gone on to release nine critically-acclaimed albums. Having moved back to Cornwall, where she made the award-winning music documentary ‘The Cliff Top Sessions‘, she has continued experimenting with her music and filmmaking, with ‘The Tape‘ being her latest venture.
Tour dates:
03/02 London – Half Moon
05/02  Ulpha – Browfoot Room
06/02  Birmingham – Kitchen Garden Cafe
09/02  Liverpool – Music Room
11/02  Bristol – Folk House (sold out)
12/02  Lewes – Con Club
13/02  Exeter – Phoenix
20/03  Whitstable – Sessions (sold out)
23/03  Canterbury – Gulbenkian (‘The Tape’ screening and Q&A)
27/03  Folkestone – Quarterhouse (festival)
Staff writer Jason McDonald delved deeper into the tracks of the album here.
Tickets can be purchased from the artist’s website.

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