Rainy Day Woman - Single Launch Party with Support from March

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To celebrate the release of Rainy Day Woman's debut single with Pear O'Legs Records, we are heading to the home of grassroots folk music, The Harrison at King's Cross. 

Rainy Day Woman will be supported by  March

In-Venue tickets are available for this event.

"Little Bird" is Rainy Day Woman’s debut single with Pear O’ Legs records. It’s a lonely, searching song about migrating birds and the feeling that the tide has left you somewhere you don’t want to be.

Rainy Day Woman play Americana inspired sparse, unhurried music. Originally from Exmouth, Devon, they are now based in Bristol. They have previously released two EPs, Gallows Green (2018) and Home (2020). They have played around the UK including at Birmingham Symphony Hall and toured Australian in 2019.

The equivalent of waking up from a wet and weary February to the sun dancing on the walls of your room’ - Fem Folk UK



March is an artist from the U.K. based in Bucks. With folk, indie and experimental influences, she blends together these moods creating a unique atmospheric pool of smooth layered vocals, interweaving guitar melodies and unexpected yet catchy hooks.

In 2019 she released debut EP 'Wear Me Down' securing a slot at Glastonbury festival and gaining attention from BBC Introducing Solent, The South and Radio 6 'Fresh On The Net' blog. March is set to release debut album ‘All of the Above’ in 2021, part-funded by Help Musicians ‘Do It Differently’ grant. March has supported artists Rae Morris, Rozi Plain, Band of Skulls, Maz O'Connor and Meadowlark.



The planned live stream of this event has been cancelled. The live concert will go ahead with an increased capacity.