Wed 19th February 8:30pm
Folklore presents… CAMPBELL SIBTHORPE
Campbell Sibthorpe is proud to launch his beautiful new EP ‘Ytown’ with a full band.
Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Campbell Sibthorpe’s music paints rich, beautifully striking stories of love and death with the tenderness of Sufjan Stevens and the flourishing complexities of Fleet Foxes. Sibthorpe has supported artists Wildwood Kin, The Staves, The Magic Lantern, Johanna Glaza and opened up for Cattle & Cane on a sold-out acoustic tour. He has received praise from BBC Intro’s Richard Pitt & Sam Bonham, Where The Music Meets, Steve Levine and Folk Radio UK to name a few.
Following the release of his captivating new singles ‘Pastel Porcelain’ and ‘Dandelion’, his forthcoming EP ‘Ytown’, which chronicles a commute through adolescence in a small country village, is set to be his most significant work to date.
His new single ‘Father Carpenter’ is to be released 15th Nov
“…What’s not easy is the ability to distantiate from those bigger names and create a distinct sound for oneself, as Campbell does seemingly effortlessly” – Where The Music Meets
“A great musician” – Sam Bonham (BBC INTRO WEST)
“Love that so much!” – Adam Crowther (BBC UPLOAD)
“I’m impressed” – Steve Levine