Faeland plus Rebecca Cant and Dave Green

A night of folk-tastic delights in the heart of Bristol. 

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faeland-at-cafe-kino-special-guests-tickets-28786704809?utm_term=eventurl_text

Doors 7.00pm
Tickets £6.50 in advance (+ 99p booking fee). £8 on the door.
Food and drink available upstairs.

FAELAND:
Beccy's haunting vocals sing effortlessly alongside Jacob's exquisitely tender guitar riffs and melodies (think Dave Rawlings and you're nearly there!). For the very first time Faeland will be performing with Lizzie Tucker on double bass. Performing a mixture of originals from their upcoming album (due for release 2017) and unexpected folk and jazz covers, Faeland promise to enchant with every note. 

“Beccy Elder delights with her ethereal vocals and lilting melodies, and her soothing songs will bring a warm glow to even the most jaded hearts.” Tim Cant, Future Publishing UK. 

Music

EP: https://beccyelder.bandcamp.com/album/watch-a-fire-burn
Cafe Kino: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xkrmEO5cNS4
Buddhafield Festival: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TsSu4j9Pqrg

REBECCA CANT

Rebecca Cant is a Bristol-based singer-songwriter whose heart-felt music is inspired by the mountains of Korea, the vivid chaos of India and the slow heat of Kentucky. Warm and sincere, her sound blends blues, country, folk and soul with velveteen-smooth vocals. 

Music:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPWczXVDFlQ
https://rebeccacant.bandcamp.com/

Doors 7.00pm
Tickets £6.50 in advance (+ 99p booking fee). £8 on the door.

Buy Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/faeland-at-cafe-kino-special-guests-tickets-28786704809

We support the Musicians Union's Campaign, "Work not Play", you can find out more here: http://www.worknotplay.co.uk/