Did you know that Jarvis Cocker is playing some concerts in caverns & tiny clubs around the UK later this month ?
Following a successful one-off show at Sigur Ros’ festival in Iceland at the end of last year the band wanted to present what they are doing to a domestic audience.
The musicians involved are :
Jarvis Cocker – singing
Serafina Steer – harp, keyboards
Emma Smith – violin
Andrew McKinney – bass
Adam Betts – drums
Most of the songs are new but some will be familiar.
What else ?
JARV is entirely implausible
JARV is a way of looking at the world
JARV is an acronym
JARV stands for something
JARV is louder than you might expect
JARV is two women & three men
JARV is up close & personal
JARV is troglodytic
JARV is a rave in a cave
JARV is a group
JARV is the next best thing
JARV is electric music
JARV is a work in progress
JARV is happening
JARV is ancient & modern at the same time
JARV is playing near you very soon
JARV is an experiment
JARV is a night to remember
JARV is a live experience with no barriers
……& always will be.
It’s probably best if you come along & see for yourself.
The dates are :
26th March – Brighton, Patterns
27th March – London, Moth Club
28th March – Ramsgate Music Hall
3rd April – Manchester, Deaf Institute
4th April – Liverpool, Williamson’s Tunnels
6th April – Castleton (near Sheffield), Peak Cavern
7th April – Castleton (near Sheffield), Peak Cavern
Be sure to wear appropriate clothing.
Ticket Link : jarv.eu