Red River Dialect describe themselves on their site as “a six strong band of human animals, brewing a lightly carbonated folk-rock from the psycho-spiritual malt of David Morris’ songwriting”. We rather liked their new record, which we described as having a “lovely, sweeping feel” (in a “not like a brush though” way) and you can find out for yourself when they head round the UK for some dates from later this month including one in the setting of Liverpool’s beautiful city library. Here are those dates.
Red River Dialect Winter 2018 UK Dates
25th Jan – Brudenell Community Room, Leeds*
26th Jan – The Cluny 2, Newcastle*
27th Jan – Sunderland – Bonded Warehouse (free all-dayer)
28th Jan – Glad Café, Glasgow
29th Jan – Lee Rosy’s, Nottingham
30th Jan – Oslo, Hackney*
31 Jan – Hare & Hounds, Birmingham*
1 Feb – Latest Music Bar, Brighton*
2 Feb – Crofters Rights, Bristol*
3 Feb – Liverpool Library*
14 Feb – Cafe OTO, London
*supporting The Weather Station
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