Doors 7.30 pm
The Manchester Music Review predicts that Honeyfeet are one Jools Holland appearance away from runaway success and who are we to disagree!
Their unique mix includes songs about eating people! Dancing on graves! In delity! But it’s not all bad news.
Manchester’s finest ethio-trad, folk-hop & barrelhouse-pop exponents have the skill, charm and the tunes to pull it all together into a joyful, foot-banging sound.
Evoking the afro-funk of Mulatu Atstake, the exuberant folk of Flook, and the blues of Junior Wells without ever sounding contrived or unoriginal, Honeyfeet have in Ríoghnach Connolly one of the most striking front-women on the scene at the moment.
Honeyfeet released the album ‘It’s a Good Job I Love You’ in November 2013. Their next, as yet untitled album, will be released in 2016 / 17.