Slow Club: TAS In Session

After four well-received albums and 10 years of touring, conflicting perspectives on success have pushed the two apart. Could this be the end of the Sheffield-based indie band? Unflinchingly clear-eyed, it captures not only the camaraderie, elation, fretfulness and boredom of road lif This debut feature shines a powerful, furious light on Iranian society, but comes unstuck towards the finale. A brilliant debut from Shannon Murphy that feels like the work of an old master, announcing a truly thrilling new filmmaking talent. Dominique Fishback is excellent in a film that otherwise fails to stand out in a very crowded genre. This touching tribute to one of Disney’s most iconic lyricists has some fascinating insights, but could use more creative spark. From cinema releases to streaming gems, including a powerful look at the troubled youth of Iran and a photorealistic gorilla voiced by Sam Rockwell. From the emotional heights of Manchester by the Sea to the quirky cuts of Moonrise Kingdom, here’s how to curate your own Lucas Hedges season at home in seven key films. As Inception returns to cinemas for its 10th anniversary, we look back at arguably the world’s biggest movie star and his greatest performances to date

Our Most Brilliant Friends: Slow Club documentary adds extra date & Rebecca Taylor Q+A

The film will be released through Ourscreen, the crowdsourced cinema platform. Fans can then host their own screenings of the film through Ourscreen at their local cinema from June 14 th. Charles Watson and Rebecca Lucy Taylor now Self Esteem were Slow Club for 10 years, but since the split, they have both released critically-acclaimed solo albums. Our Most Brilliant Friends is the stunning feature debut from director Piers Dennis, who captures, along with another close friend, what would become their final tour as Slow Club in

All Slow Club – Our Most Brilliant Friends movie information and reviews. Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor are Slow Club. After four UK release date​.

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Our Most Brilliant Friends – Signed Collector’s Edition

I know! We just went in and told them who we were, and I was British, of course, so that usually works. And then the bartender — the next time we played San Francisco — was in the band that supported us. It was crazy! How and when did you get into playing percussion?

Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor get bored with their own music Yet for Complete Surrender, Slow Club’s most serene effort to date.

If you really want to read this, try using The Internet Archive. The duo, now expanded to a quartet, have been consistently ace since their first release, moving from the cute folk of their debut, Yeah So , to the smart, wonky-pop of its follow up Paradise two years later. They have an impeccable knack for likeable, emotive songs, sharp performances, warmth, silliness and wit that has seen them amass a strong following and plenty of critical love, all the while flying cheerfully under the mainstream radar, carving out their own happy little nook.

The happy-nook days might be coming to an end though. The band are prepping for the release of Complete Surrender , an album not necessarily radically better than their previous work, which was already pretty good, but one that presents their ideas in their most accessible, purest form yet. The idea behind it was to be a bit more reserved as opposed to putting reverb on everything.

Our references are so in the past now and you want to use that, but not rely on it. It has to sound expensive and beautiful.

Slow Club – ‘Complete Surrender’

Before you contact us please be sure to check our frequently asked questions as our most common questions are answered there already, such as:. By Gigantic Tickets. Posted on Friday 16th December at Signed to Moshi Moshi Records , a label known for carefully picking only the most creative music makers, Slow Club have released five studio albums and have become known for their compelling videos to accompany their singles as well as their unique sound.

Special features: Four exclusive live tracks from Slow Club’s Union Chapel Show (16th December, ). Postcard-sized print signed by Charles and Rebecca.

The band formed in when they were both still teenagers and spent the next two years touring relentlessly around the North of England. Initially categorized as anti-folk the album proved there was so much more to the band and their sound — sweet harmonious hooks, rockabilly beats and exuberant yelps and yips, all held together by some breath-taking harmonizing. Slow Club are defined by their own distinct and powerful partnership — Charles with bruised vocal, rasping guitar and disarming lightness of touch; Rebecca with her dash of Northern Soul and sharp wit, playing stand up drums.

In the autumn of the band returned to the studio to start work on their second album Paradise. Emerging with first single Two Cousins in July the following year the response from the media was, if anything, even more enthusiastic than for their debut. To go with the bigger sounding songs Charles and Rebecca added a bass player and drummer to their live set-up and once again hit the road, evolving over a year of touring into one of the most exciting live bands playing live at the moment.

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Well, it means I can go home a lot. Well, the best worst place is this place called Dempseys, which is like a gay bar that does karaoke all the time. And my friend got punched in the face outside there the other day. When you do karaoke, do you go all out? I only do two Katy Perry songs and then I stop.

Slow Club In The Lantern at Colston Hall in Bristol. Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson, the Sheffield duo who record as Slow Club, Date: Sat 28 May

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Podcast: Slow Club on the songs behind Complete Surrender

Jump to navigation. The band were formed by friends Charles Watson and Rebecca Lucy Taylor, but by differing perspectives on success and the future was pulling them apart. Playing one final tour, film maker and close friend Piers Dennis joined them on the road, capturing the project’s bittersweet finale. Since then, both Charles and Rebecca Self Esteem have released critically praised solo albums, but the spectre of their previous endeavours still looms.

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Slow Club is Sheffield boy-girl duo Charles Watson (guitar, vocals, piano) and Rebecca Taylor (drums, vocals, guitar). The band formed in when they were.

Some people see putting the tree up as the start the Christmas period. Others wait until they’ve seen the traditional Coca Cola advert on the TV. But it’s not really Christmas until you’ve seen Slow Club, is it? Their annual shows around this time have become a regular trip for many – owing much to their EP of “festive” tunes they released back when their career was still young.

The show is stripped back – just Charles and Rebecca playing guitars with the former occasionally switching over to a piano. They dive in and out of the set at times to allow the other to perform solo. It’s wonderfully intimate and the crowd settles into a hush for most of the gig. But everyone wants to see the Christmas tunes and the encore doesn’t disappoint in that regard. All Alone on Christmas and It’s Christmas and You’re Boring Me are played on stage before they both descend into the centre of the crowd.

The latter is my own personal favourite Christmas song. The crowd wakes up and sings back the closing words. Rebecca’s voice is so strong that it carries over everyone anyway. And now I can finally say Christmas is here. Same again next year, please.

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