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Saturday 27 April
Lantern Hall, 18:10 — 19:00
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An immersive and ceremonial show by singer and composer Keeley Forsyth, in a special UK Preview performing new material from forthcoming LP ‘The Hollow’, which comes out on 10 May on Fat Cat Records.

Watch the music video for 'Horse' - the first single from the forthcoming LP 'The Hollow': here

“Oldham’s answer to Diamanda Galás… a majestic AV presentation… the arresting singer sounded amazing filling the cavernous space with blissful darkness: chamber chanson lit by the light of dead stars, her voice so rich and velveteen.” London Jazz News

“one of the UK’s most consistently interesting and creatively absorbing performers. The Hollow is her finest, most expansive work yet... Forsyth has one of those indelible voices that, once heard, is never forgotten, and the strange, erratic physicality of her stagecraft has a similarly long tail… intense.” The Line Of Best Fit - Keeley featured in Re-Wire review.

The Sunday Times - ‘Turning’ included in Hottest Tracks pick:
"Equal parts Kurt Weill and Philip Glass, this fascinating track sets stentorian vocals to swirling, multi-tracked saxophones."

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Keeley Forsyth

Keeley Forsyth is a singer, composer and actor from Oldham. Her two LPs to date, 2020’s ‘Debris’ and 2022’s ‘Limbs’, garnered critical attention with stark, iconoclastic and emotionally-raw aesthetics; at moments reminiscent of Nico or ‘Tilt’ era Scott Walker, but all her own. New material will showcase a more widescreen sound of string arrangements, thudding drums, kinetic hits and Forsyth’s singular voice, pushed to its full range and capacity. More