(Postponed) All Work Together: Rachel Sermanni, Withered Hand, Carla J. Easton

(Postponed) All Work Together: Rachel Sermanni, Withered Hand, Carla J. Easton

Fri 25 Sep 2020
19:00 - 22:00 (3h)
Carla J Easton image credit: Brian Sweeney
"Minimal, Murky, Magnificent"
MOJO (on Rachel Sermanni)
"The UK’s best lyricist"
King Creosote (on Withered Hand)
"essential indie pop"
Louder Than War (on Carla J. Easton)
_ Price: £14
_ Age Group: 16+ (under 18s accompanied)
_ Venue: The Dissection Room

All Work Together is Summerhall’s new series of Songwriters circles, highlighting some of the best of Scottish music’s established and up and coming songwriting talents. 

All artist will perform onstage together, taking turns to highlight the stylistic ticks and rhythms that make each such a unique presence in Scotland’s musical landscape. An unmissable series of nights.

The second All Work Together event features Rachel Sermanni, Withered Hand and Carla J. Easton.

The music of Folk-Noir Balladeer, Rachel Sermanni, has the flesh of Folk but, if you were to cut the skin, you’d find it pumped with contemporary, genre blended blood.

Sermanni is a dynamic (in many senses of the word) singer and songwriter whose performance and lyrics draw from a deep well of mystic lore, dreams, nature and the simple-complex experience of being human.

Withered Hand is the songwriting output of Dan Willson. A cult figure in the Scottish music scene since 2009, Dan has released two widely acclaimed albums, New Gods (2014) and Good News (2009) and several lo-fi EPs. Currently working towards his third full length album, Withered Hand continues to tour and play one-off dates in venues from concert halls to living rooms.

First with Myspace-kids Futuristic Retro Champions, then with SAY longlisted TeenCanteen, then under the alias ETTE, before her first solo album Impossible Stuff, Carla J. Easton’s tunes have seen her championed by Marc Riley, play festivals across the UK, and earn a growing number of dedicated fans.