Hot on the heels of releasing his acclaimed second album The Midnight Sun, Glasgow’s prodigious talent C Duncan performs for the first time here at Eden Court. Blending his signature layered vocals and dreamy instrumentation with electronic elements and sweeping synth sounds, the follow up to his Mercury Prize nominated debut Architect has won huge praise from the likes of The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Mojo, Uncut and The Quietus. Enjoy a brilliant gig packed full of the best music from both albums.
Supporting C. Duncan is Andrew Wasylyk. Cinematic nostalgia, elements of Baroque pop and the influence of classic 1970s songwriters come together in a diverse collection of ten songs which comprise debut album, “Soroky”. Wasylyk has worked with Idlewild, The Hazey Janes and Wilco to name but a few. After a successful tour of the UK opening for Eleanor Friedberger (Fiery Furnaces), 2016 drew to a close with Wasylyk supporting celebrated singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright.
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|23 January 2017|
Seat prices:Seat Price £12
What the Press say
There is also an innocence to these songs, a spirituality that, in a year of bold musical statements and political upheaval, provides a soothing tonic; an escapist episode of spectacular beauty The Guardian
Beautiful and strangely impenetrable The Sunday Times Culture
As elegant as 'Architect,' but more willing to experiment DIY
A polished and focused affair that demonstrates the breadth of Duncan's sparkling ability...not many do this better Uncut
The swirling synthetic strings, moody break-downs and treated choirboy vocals will thrill fans Mojo
C Duncan is the real thing. He writes melodies you feel you've always known, harmonies that satisfy your ears and cadences that strike with and at your heart The Quietus
A dazzlingly clean and heavily stylised return The Line of Best Fit
Space age wonderment The Financial Times