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Opening Times:
Building

In light of the most recent Government advice, Sage Gateshead will be closed to the public until further notice.

The health and safety of audiences, musicians and staff at Sage Gateshead is our priority. Keep up to date here.

 

Saturday 23 May 2020   |   8:00pm

Folkworks: Lau Unplugged

Lau Unplugged

Postponed

Tickets – £19.60 to £21.80

We are working hard to reschedule this show for a future date. We will be in touch via email as soon as we have a new date confirmed. All original tickets will remain valid for the new date. Please bear with us during this unprecedented period. We will be in touch in due course about your tickets. Thank you for your patience and co-operation.

For the first time in over a decade, Lau present an entirely acoustic tour.

The pioneering Scottish folk trio have always experimented with sound and form; the results have always been complex and thrilling.

“Lau are a remarkable band – the most musically adventurous trio in British folk – exquisite and hypnotic, musicianship at its best” THE GUARDIAN

Already acknowledged as phenomenal live performers (‘the UK’s best live band’ – the Guardian), Lau arrived at a new creative peak with 2019’s Midnight and Closedown (Reveal Records). That album was produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey, This Is The Kit), who said: ‘Lau are in touch with their roots but not bound by them’.

“This is music of such stunning creativity – one of most thrilling live bands” SUNDAY HERALD

Now 2020’s Unplugged concert tour sees traditional music’s most celebrated innovators strip away their banks of electronics, loops and wild effects. The trio of Kris Drever (guitar, vocals), Martin Green (accordion) and Aidan O’Rourke (fiddle) feel drawn to a more raw and plain-speaking aesthetic. The approach is subtler, less about spectacle, more about close listening. In brash and polarised political times, here is the poetry of real instruments and considerate music making.

“Instrumental virtuosity” MOJO

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Tickets

Saturday 23 May

From: £19.60 - £21.80