Thurs 31 March: Coley Garratt & Band/ Josh Geffin/ Young Causeway

The Harrison, 28 Harrison Street, WC1H 8JF London, United Kingdom Ph: 020 7278 3966

Doors 7.30 pm Adv tickets £5.00/ Doors £6.00    Please Scroll Down For More Details


Coley Garratt’s soulful take on alt-folk has won him praise from all quarters- a slot at the Green Man festical was quickly followed with radio support from Tom Robisnon on 6 Music and Gary Crowley on GLR amongst others. Hi perfectly constructed, poignant songs are given delicate, economic support by his excellent band.


‘…songs with melody, songs with soul and most importantly, in an age of instant gratification, songs that linger’ The Green Man.

‘A cut above the normal..songs that are crisp, sharp and beautifully put together’ Americana UK.

London-based singer and guitarist Josh Geffin has performed at the South Bank Centre, End Of The Road Festival and on the BBC. His new EP is a collection of traditional folk songs partly inspired by his time working for folk archive The Song Collectors Collective. Josh currently also performs with Geffin Brothers, Victoria Hume and the Trad Academy Sea Shanty Choir.

He will be joined for this gig by Nathaniel Keen (electric guitar) and Andrea Di Biase (double bass).

“Simply beautiful … full of acoustic grandness” Maverick
“A fine new voice in an honourable British tradition of folk-based singer-songwriters” R2



Young Causeway’s immaculate harmonies and fingerpicking alt folk, delivered with a beautifully light touch, makes for a splendidly accomplished act. Simon and Garfunkel and CSN&Y’s pristine vocal blend is a definite influence, but the duo’s contemporary indie folk leanings puts their excellent songs in a comfortably contemporary setting.


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