Tolerance Manoeuvre: live. Saturday 19th of July at 7:30

If you haven’t experienced the sonic glory of Tolerance Manoeuvre, this is your chance to catch them on their return visit to Hundred Years Gallery. With a line up of Sarah Woolfenden (trumpet and voice), Steve Arnold (cello and voice) and Joseph Stokes (electric guitar and voice), this London based trio aren’t your conventional band. Taking the ‘score-based’ songwriting of Mogwai or Sigur Ros but with a jazzier and folkier start point than the former’s ‘rock’ approach, Tolerance Manoeuvre create spacious soundscapes of textured and atmospheric music with a cinematic, story telling quality.

“Sounds like the discarded soundtrack to a Derek Jarman film” “Worrying and mesmerising at the same time” “Fabulously moody” 
Tolerance Manoeuvre released their debut double-A-side single 4am/Through me againin April 2014 and are set to release their debut album on Flashback Records

Entry by donation (£5 suggested)

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