Future-pop four piece – narcissus – have announced a special one-off show in their native Manchester to raise proceeds for esteemed local charity The Mustard Tree.
With an ear for a futuristic sound palette and a knack for epic and anthemic songwriting, narcissus initially burst onto the scene in the mid-noughties making waves with cut-glass indietronica tracks such as ‘The Window’ – a track hailed as ”well-honed, well-crafted electronica” by the Manchester Evening News.
After some time away, the band recently announced their return to music to complete their debut album ‘A Sense of Place’ some 10 years on from its intended release and made an emotional return to the live stage at the Charlatans NxNW Festival earlier this year.
Taking place on 28th June 2018, The hometown show at Jimmy’s will be narcissus’ first public hometown appearance since their reunion and an early opportunity to hear the material of their forthcoming completed album. All proceeds from the event will go towards the venerable work of The Mustard Tree, a charity with an established track record over the past 25 years, supporting people across Greater Manchester in poverty and facing homelessness.
Support for the evening will come from Callow Youth, a fresh new guitar band from North East Manchester, currently creating a buzz with their exceptional “Vibe Demo’s” EP, (available now in digital formats and also in a limited edition CD, complete with artwork by Guitarist Tom Hilton.)”
Tickets cost just £5.00 OTD.
This is an 18+ event only.
narcissus will release
’A Sense Of Place’ later in 2018.
Watch this space… narcissus are: Ben Guy – Vox // Chris James – Drums // Lee Mulvey – Bass // Josh Lawrence – Guitars