The all-nation battalion of musical renegades fronted by Kimberley Dawn Lysons synthesise ethereal vocals, intricately textured world sounds and an exotic ‘East meets West’ neo-Victorian aesthetic to create a mystical engagement with musical smoke and mirrors, rooted in Dawn’s real-life history – including an Indian Princess from Agra, her great, great grandmother.
The group is celebrating the long awaited release of The Spinning Jenny: Volume 2. This comes after a spectacular run of shows at Woodford Folk Festival 17/18, where the album was successfully debuted as a limited edition pre-release.
Music is a universal language and Band of Dawn believes it has the power to unite all people – get united at the Pacific Hotel this Saturday October 13.
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