Before becoming a folk singer, North Londoner Sam Lee was apparently a survival expert, studying under Ray Mears. Perhaps it was his exposure to the outdoors, the harsh elements and the beauty of nature that caused him to turn his talents to music, creating stunning, idiosyncratic and deeply British folk.
Carving narratives that weave and lead over an ever-imaginative backdrop of rotating instrumentation, all lead by Lee’s wistful Baritone, he was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize for his 2012 debut Ground Of Its Own.
Returning this year with follow up The Fade In Time, it’s already flooded with critical acclaim from the likes of The Guardian and Mojo. Playing this date at Hackney’s Oslo, don’t miss this hometown pioneer.
Presented by DHP Family.
This is an 18+ event.