Amy May Ellis, Crake + Laura Kindelan
Friday 22nd June, 7.30pm.
Tickets are £5 in advance (more on the door) and are available from Earworm Records, the venue in person or online via See Tickets.
Fawn is the pet project of singer-songwriter Ilana Zsigmond, taking its name from her delicate folk-inspired songwriting. The indie folk four-piece was built upon a collection of songs written by Zsigmond over her time spent in both New Haven, CT and York, UK, bringing an upbeat and dynamic electric edge to their sound. Following the release of their solo folk EP Homebody in 2017, the band have been working on a fully-formed release, and plan to be seen at venues across the country from 2018 onwards.
There are some top supports lined up for this show too. Brought up on the Yorkshire Moors, Amy May Ellis has a sparse and almost lonesome sound, often performing by herself – although on this occasion she is performing as a duo with a bass. Another duo playing will be Leeds band Crake, who’ve shed a few members for tonight and opening things up is Laura Kindelan who although still at a tender age, has been silencing audiences city-wide for a long time.
For more information and tickets, please head to www.thecrescentyork.co.uk