'+ Daniel Marcus Clark
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Moulettes are one of the most unique touring bands around, renowned for their breathtaking live shows… it is clear that few bands have the creative range and work ethic of Moulettes.
They are constantly evolving with a brave approach to production and arrangement that seeks peculiar ways of blending acoustic and electrical instruments. They are a popular festival band who play events as varied as Glastonbury, Cropredy, End of the Road and Bestival.
Incurably ambitious, this is a band that has always put an adventurous approach to art at the heart of their craft. Their latest album best demonstrates Moulettes for what it is: an eclectic, progressive hybrid, a bizarre and bombastic monster.
December 2017 is the concluding chapter of the two-year Preternatural tour and the last chance to see the breathtaking live show that has taken the band across Europe from Poland to Malta, and across Canada from Nova Scotia to Victoria Island.
‘Divine harmonies… Orchestral folk at its very finest’
‘A cross between Pentangle, Kate Bush and early Pink Floyd’
‘Complex, beautiful, intriguing and unique’
Singer, guitarist & storyteller and Daniel Marcus Clark presents a new collection of songs written for guitar.
Coming from a family of writers, his work has always explored storytelling in songwriting, from his early work with his groundbreaking quartet The Hat, through to his more recent work with EarFilms, he has performed on stages across the world from The Skywalker Ranch in California through to The Melbourne Recital Centre.
Dark, virtuosic and endlessly inventive, his work combines fluid guitar playing with pitch-perfect narratives and a candid performance style to create a unique artist at the top of his game.