Join us for an evening of literate and contemplative folk-noir from Wales. Doors 6:45, bring your own refreshments
Songdog are a folk noir trio based around Welsh songwriter Lyndon Morgans, whose most recent album ‘Of Gods And Men’ received glowing reviews in Uncut, Mojo, RnR, Goldmine and Americana UK amongst others. Previous albums were released to equally great reviews. Lyndon’s tracks have been featured on BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6Music plus other regional and international shows, he has recorded a session for Tom Robinson’s show and had his music praised by the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Robert Wyatt.
Previous live dates have included headline shows at London’s St Pancras Church, Bloomsbury Theatre, Kings Place, the Roundhouse Studio, Union Chapel and the ICA, plus high profile supports and appearances at various festivals in the UK, France, Netherlands, Japan, Canada, Spain, Sweden and Russia.

What they’ve said about the music:
“Lo-fi and alluring, like a heady mix of Eels and Lambchop. A fully qualified peer of such droll, self- deprecating Americans as Kurt Wagner, Stephin Merritt and Mark Everett.” UNCUT (Andrew Mueller)
“Soaring, Mellotron-inflected arrangements enhance Morgans’ acutely observed lyrics.” MOJO (John Aizlewood)
“They create stark word snapshots and capture moments in a life of music, love, mistake, and regret. You only write these songs if you paid attention while living.” AMERICANA UK (Michael Macy)
“If he were a Wainwright, he’d be Loudon III, not Rufus. I’d give a body part to write poetry like this.” RnR (Andrew Darlington)
“He has a brilliant way of investing despair and dysfunction with romance. Stellar stuff indeed.” FATEA (Mike Davies)
“Bejewelled lyrics of wit, woe & wonder” MIRROR (Gavin Martin)
“Terrific stuff!” Robert Wyatt
“Intense & sensual collection of baroque, last chance lives…supremely evocative imagery that lesser poets can only aspire to” MAVERICK

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Join us for an evening of literate and contemplative folk-noir from Wales. Doors 6:45, bring your own refreshments
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