Monday 11 October
7pm (doors open)
£17.50 – All Seated
When Kathryn Joseph says that “listening to certain pieces of music can make you know the truth of everything,” she’s remembering one personal epiphany at a gig in 2016 that helped point her to the contented life she now lives, but the same can easily be said of her own music.
Intimate, fearlessly frank and with a fathoms-deep emotional resonance, Joseph’s highly individual expression was first heard on 2015’s Bones You Have Thrown Me And Blood I’ve Spilled. The dark, mournful beauty of that debut – which addressed failed relationships and the death of her infant son – bagged her the Scottish Album of the Year award against stiff competition.
Following several collaborative projects in 2016, Joseph released From When I Wake The Want Is – 12 songs of an equally devastating, understated intensity in terms of her heavily rhythmic piano work, striking vocals and vivid lyrics, but with a newly muscular edge and textured depth.
Kathryn Joseph will return to Paisley, where she picked up her Scottish Album of the Year award at the prestigious ceremony in 2015, for a Spiegeltent performance on Monday 11 October.
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