HANNAH ROSE PLATT is an acclaimed singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and storyteller, who merges the sinister authorial prowess of Nick Cave and Tom Waits, with the incandescent vocals of Mazzy Star and PJ Harvey. Born and raised in Liverpool where she wrote her first songs and began cutting her teeth on the local live circuit, Hannah Rose Platt is now based in Bristol where she has become an established figure on the UK music scene.

Championed by broadcasters including Sid Griffin, Baylen Leonard, Ralph McLean and Bob Harris, Hannah has also gained regular airplay on the BBC as well as national and international radio. Dubbed as “a rising independent star on the UK scene” by Billboard, the artist has also been praised as “a captivating artist… destined for musical stardom” by Glamour with Harper’s Bazaar describing her music as “powerful and affecting”.

Working with leading names including Grammy Award-winning musicians Mark Fain (Dolly Parton), Stuart Duncan (Emmylou Harris, Robert Plant) and Andrea Zonn (James Taylor) during her career to date; most recently Hannah has been working alongside artist and producer Ed Harcourt on her debut for Xtra Mile Recordings: ‘Deathbed Confessions’. Key supports for Hannah include Frank Turner and the Long Ryders.

‘Powerful & affecting music’ – Harper’s Bazaar

‘A rising star on the UK scene’ – Billboard

‘Destined for musical stardom’ – GLAMOUR

‘Fabulously creepy quality’ – Ian Winwood


‘“Deathbed Confessions” is undoubtedly the album that deserves to propel her into the mainstream. With its haunting narratives, breath-taking musicianship, and ambitious vision, this record has the potential to be the breakthrough moment that catapults Platt’s artistry into the spotlight it so richly deserves.’ – Maximum Volume


The men and women that are sung about on Deathbed Confessions serve to highlight the talent Hannah Rose Platt to has to tell a tale that haunts, while still having the kind of appeal that keeps one coming back, not just for the thrill of the tale but the unbridled excitement of listening to a woman who knows how to craft music to create lasting memories. – For Folk’s Sake


“Haunting is an overused word in music journalism but perfectly fits this stand-out, which contains all the pain and pathos of a Grimm Brothers fairy tale.” – No Depression


GUISE is the voice and heart of Jessica Guise. Possessed of a remarkable folk lilt, she sings with delicacy whilst imparting dry wit and vicious asides. After the success of their first EP, “The Fun Part”, in 2020, Guise released their first studio album “Youngest Daughter” on Xtra Mile, produced by Jess’ husband, Frank Turner. Reaching number 18 in the Official Folk Chart, the album received rave reviews; “a staggering debut from Guise who are surely going to take over the indie-folk scene” (Vinyl Chapters).

Building up her live profile supporting the likes of Richard Thompson, Jon Boden, and Will Varley, Guise is an entertainer at heart and her
openness, vulnerability and sense of humour set her apart.

“An album of sublime beauty” – Fatea Magazine

“Her voice will pull you in, you can’t help it, and the craftsmanship of the lyrics and song writing will grab your attention” – Scene Sussex

“Jess’s folk songs are soft and gentle, and her voice is reminiscent of many great female vocalists, but she provides a unique and original sound, and it
should not be too long before she headlines gigs like this.” – Music Mafia

“Beautifully constructed, highly listenable songs” – At The Barrier

“The tracks flow and ripple with an elegant precision, swinging and swaying through woven elements of jazz, folk and universally-penetrable pop.” – Original Rock Magazine


Doors open 7pm. Music starts 8.30pm. The venue is mixed seated and standing. Tables are limited and available on a first come first served basis so, if you’d like a seat, we recommend arriving early!