She takes most of her cues from soul and folk music, never
more effectively than on ‘Where to Start?’ Her voice is deep, assured and,
perhaps most surprisingly, inflected with an occasional Southern twang. It sits
perfectly atop ponderous basslines, clanking piano chords, and bittersweet, almost rockabilly, guitars. And while her music is rueful, it’s
got more than enough swing to avoid outright melancholy.
It's music designed to be played live, full of haunting reverberations, so make sure to get tickets for Doillon's Bush Hall show.
|What||Lou Doillon, Bush Hall|
310 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7LJ | MAP
|Nearest tube||Shepherd's Bush Market (underground)|
On 27 Apr 16, Event starts at 19:30
|Website||Click here to book via the Bush Hall website|