With a catalogue stretching over a decade (including two releases in 2011, Wit’s End and Humor Risk), this is Cass’ most all-encompassing work to date, a bold new chapter in the myth of this fascinating and singular artist.
‘He’s a Californian – his music definitely suggests sun, open space and hippie quixoticism. He’s into strange turns and oblique repetition, but as with some of his past records, he will come at you every once in a while with a single track that will pin you down with its beauty. Like a John Lennon love song.’ New York Times
Folk musician Frank Fairfield and Trembling Bells are supporting.
When: January 13, from 7.30pm
Where: The Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London, SE1 8XX
Tickets cost £14. To book, click here.