Hot Feet, Jess McAllister and Caitlin Mahoney
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Join us for a triple whammy extravaganza of mid-week music.
Formed and based in Stroud, this gig marks the first time Hot Feet have played in Exeter. They may be partly inspired by their rural surroundings, but their eclectic music hints at a darker and more complex world than the pastoral paradise you might expect. After the success of their debut EP, Wood House, the band have been playing, learning and progressing musically. The have now followed up with their second release, Mist Is Dust.
‘Truly nothing short of fabulous… really wonderful’
The music of Jess McAllister is wholesome, passionate and free-spirited. Developed naturally from the touchstones of modern folk, her songwriting has grown into an enchanting blend of sound, informed in equal measure by the spontaneity of live performance and an imaginative outlook on life.
‘Make no mistake, here is evidence of a ferocious emotional and musical intelligence at work.’
Caitlin Mahoney is a New York City-based singer-songwriter who writes of adventure, passion, and mayhem. Having just wrapped recording of her second album, Spin, Mahoney is gearing up to bring her charm-filled vocals, reflective words and snap-worthy hooks to her biggest audience to date.