Friday Live: Anne-Marie Sanderson + Ben Hutcheson
Anne-Marie Sanderson's voice is evocative of birds in flight - soaring, gliding, swooping - and it finds its home among the tall trees of her deft guitar work. Describing Anne-Marie's distinctive indie-folk music in these terms is apt; she is an artist who casts a careful eye and attentive ear to the natural world, alternating between wide-eyed wonder and wry observation.
For fans of Nick Drake, Vashti Bunyan, Beth Orton and books.
"a gloriously wide vista of astonishing grown-up tales which both fascinate and delight - the overall result, complex and immersive, is mesmerising...A bold, unusual and most beautifully constructed body of work." - Tap the Feed Magazine
"thoroughly atmospheric" - Northern Sky
"Anne-Marie Sanderson makes songs that ripple, peacefully, like circles in the water—full of gradual but unstoppable outward motion... delicate, but by no means flimsy, folk." - Ned Lannaman, The Portland Mercury
"...like a more symphonic Laura Veirs [...] Sumptuous." - Higher Plain Music
Support comes from Ben Hutcheson, "a young singer/songwriter with a wisdom beyond his years". Ben bridges the storytelling gap between Passenger, Ed Sheeran and Tim McGraw making him an act to look for in the near future.