Julu Irvine & Heg Brignall
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Sunday 15th March
Doors 7:30pm, Live Music 8:00pm
Combining storytelling, folklore and exquisite vocal harmonies, Julu
Irvine & Heg Brignall fuse their spell-binding sounds to create this
new duo. Their songs follow themes of love and loss; dreams and reflections and struggle and triumph against all odds. Taking inspiration from history, mythology and personal experience, Julu and Heg create evocative songs with a deeply moving and
Both Julu and Heg have received praise and recognition for their songwriting work. Julu’s debut EP Unrest burst onto the folk scene in 2017 receiving praise and glowing recognition across the UK including BBC radio exposure and a feature on the Trevor Kruger Folk Show. FATEA Magazine described the EP as “delicate songs, with a beautifully crystal clear voice…very entrancing music”. Following multiple EP releases and national UK tours performing the debut album Raising The Fires with theatrical folk outfit Heg & The Wolf Chorus, Heg has received EFDSS Funding, multiple nominations and awards, radio play across the country with glowing national press reviews with fRoots magazine describing the album as “highly accomplished and idiosyncratic”.
The two now come together for the first time, using powerful songwriting, weaving stories and crisp vocal harmonies to create a beautiful, distinctive sound.