The Little Unsaid at Peapods

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13 April 2013

The Little Unsaid is the musical alter-ego of John Elliott, a London-based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer.

The Little Unsaid & Cate Ferris

“like a pre-electric White Stripes (but only with Joni Mitchell singing)” - Buckle Up

Cate Ferris

A multi-layered musical voyage, bristling with humanity and bold invention, delivered with haunting, goose bumps on the neck vocals.

http://cateferris.com/

The Little Unsaid

The Little Unsaid is the musical alter-ego of John Elliott, a London-based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer who originally hails from a tiny town in Yorkshire that no one has heard of. 

The forthcoming album 'Dig for the Promise', which was mixed by long-time Jonny Greenwood collaborator Graeme Stewart, is due for release on 29th April.

The album features beats and melodies constructed from ‘found sounds’ recorded around the streets of London, overlaid with piano, strings, brass, electronics, harmonium, harp, guitar and voice.

The Little Unsaid is touring the UK throughout April with a solo live show featuring live loops, electronics, guitar, voice and percussion.

http://www.thelittleunsaid.com/

Tickets £5.

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/202473

Doors open 8pm till late.

Miss Peapods Kitchen Cafe

Jubilee Wharf
Commercial Road
Penryn TR10 8FG

http://www.misspeapod.co.uk/

Parking:

There are carparks at Commercial Road (limited); Exchequer Quay (limited), Job Centre (£4/day) and Permarin (free). At the weekends parking on Commerical Road is free.

Parking and direction information:

http://www.jubileewharf.co.uk/