Micah P. Hinson and the Holy Strangers

Delivering “gloomy desert-country” (Pitchfork) that is drenched in “dry-wit and a sarcastic sense of humour” (Drowned in Sound), troubadour Micah P. Hinson is loved on both sides of the pond for his sorrowful Texan ballads. The new album, Presents The Holy Strangers, is a ‘modern folk opera’ that tells the story of a war-time family – from love and family to murder and suicide.  Raw, powerful and unpredictable, Hinson plumbs new emotional depths and his “deep yet wavering voice paints a picture that doesn’t come from practicing scales” (The Line of Best Fit).

Support from The Saxophones

Age guidance: 14+
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Micah P. Hinson and the Holy Strangers

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