We’re incredibly pleased to be able to share the following artists who are incoming to the Hall! It’s a veritable buffet of genres and aesthetics, almost enough to meet any audience though…
Returning to our stage once more, Bill Callahan (aka smog) is ready to grace an audience, as said by the man himself: “Since the world broke in two and we are living in the growling remains — we will make glue, we will make sunshine or we will at least intoxicate you. Which ring of hell will you be leaving to witness this show? Maybe you don’t have to go back! Maybe these shows will show you how. Drink your drink slowly, maybe no one will notice you’re gone.”
Barnett is a powerhouse live act, having played slots at festivals including Glastonbury – seen her set yet on the iPlayer? – Coachella, Bonnaroo, Governor’s Ball, Primavera, and Lollapalooza. In 2022 Barnett is embarking upon 15 dates across North America as part of her self-curated touring festival ‘Here And There’, with a rotating line-up featuring many of the most exciting songwriters in music today.
Another returner for us, Whitney are back with their new album, SPARK. Julien Ehrlich and Max Kakacek could hear the staggering differences in the songs they were writing for their third album as Whitney – the buoyant drum loops, the effortless falsetto hooks, the coruscant keyboard lines. SPARK is not only Whitney’s best album; it is an inspiring testament to perseverance and renewal, to best friends trusting each other enough to carry one another to the other side of this season of woe.
Maverick Sabre has announced a celebration amongst our arches, to mark the 10-year anniversary of his seminal genre-blending debut album, Lonely Are The Brave. Performing the album in full for the first time, the platinum, #2 release catapulted the Irish artist to prominence, leading to a BRIT nomination and countless industry accolades.