This promises to be a great gig, at the lovely, intimate Green Note in Camden, and with support from the excellent Hannah Sanders (hannahsandersfolk.com)
Tyde launched their greatly anticipated second album, The Hidden Spoon, at Cheltenham Folk Festival in February 2013.
The furious, frantic tunes for which Tyde has become known are more frequently intercepted by songs, with fiddler Heather Gessey still taking lead vocals but joined in harmony with her accordion and guitar playing comrades, Andrew Waite and Seth Tinsley. Though the trio remains the core of the band, Tyde now have the ability to grow to a four- or five-piece, The Tyde Big Band, when the occasion demands, with the addition of percussionist, Jim Molyneux (4Square, The Old Dance School), and bassist, Pete Thomas (Megan Henwood). Check out their website at www.tydefolk.com
For more info, and youtube clip, see their Folk on Monday page.
Tickets for the gig are available here http://www.wegottickets.com/event/213761, and unsurprisingly seem to be selling fast!
Hope to see you there!