English Folk Expo Presents: Sound of the Sirens
Rescheduled to Fri Aug 6
Fri 06 Aug 2021
seated | 75 mins with no interval
“Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control in the current climate, our show and live stream from Sound of Sirens at Exeter Phoenix is unable to go ahead on Thursday 22nd July. The in venue show has been rescheduled to Friday 6th August. All in venue tickets from 22nd July will be valid for the new date. If you are unable to make the new date please contact your point of purchase to arrange a refund.
PLEASE NOTE – unfortunately the live stream will not be possible on 6th August. All live stream ticket holders will be refunded. If you purchased a 3 show live-stream bundle you will receive a refund of a third of your ticket price.
We are very sorry for this disappointing news but the safety of our audiences, artists and staff is our utmost priority. We wish Sound of Sirens our very best for a speedy recovery and are looking forward to seeing them on the 6th August.
Thank you to the band and the venue for working so quickly to reschedule the date.”
Westcountry folk-rock duo Sound of the Sirens have released two albums so far This Time in 2019 and their debut album For All Our Sins was released in 2017 to wide praise including from R2 Magazine who called it a ‘stunning debut collection‘.
Current album This Time continues to showcase an evident gift for crafting unique, vivid and enduring melodies with 15 catchy and heartfelt songs all written by Sound of the Sirens, aka Abbe Martin and Hannah Wood, whose voices harmonise beautifully throughout the album.
A new album is planned for release in 2021 and you can expect to hear some new songs debuted at shows.
Their live shows combine a natural facility for connecting with their audiences and unforgettable performances with warmth, humour and, above all, real conviction.
This event is part of a series of gigs presented by English Folk Expo. Taking place from April to August, the English Folk Expo presents series will be streamed online, but also welcome live audiences where possible. The concerts are part of an initiative to support folk, roots and acoustic music through and beyond the pandemic and will restart the process of paying artists, venues and crew, whilst the streamed content will reach music fans still unable to visit venues and festivals. For the full line-up of gigs as part of this series visit their website here.
Would you rather live stream this event? You can buy a £12 (plus booking fee) ‘Watch From Home’ ticket from TicketySwift here >>
Weekend passes are available for £25 (plus booking fee) here >>