In an acoustic performance, Brighton folk/punk band Levellers celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of their second full-length, and now classic, album Levelling the Land. They have toured in Australia for the first time this year, returned to the US for their first dates there in over a decade and have announced plansfor a new album in 2017.
Their platinum-selling 1991 album Levelling The Land features the hit singles One Way, 15 Years and Far From Home plus The Game, Liberty Song, Sell Out, Another Man’s Cause, Riverflow, Boatman and the incendiary Battle Of The Beanfield. During the summer of 1991, Levelling The Land redefined the UK’s musical landscape.
Emerging victorious through the ups and downs of label deals, the spats with the music press and the wear and tear of touring, Levellers are still going strong after nearly 30 years in the game. They run their own label, have their own studio and their own festival. Love them or hate them: you can’t help but admire them.
Levellers released their Greatest Hits in 2014 via their own On The Fiddle Recordings label and are re-issuing Levelling the Land in 2016 as a 2CD/DVD package, plus on vinly and box set. A film about the band, A Curious Life, told through the unique perspective of Jeremy Cunningham, the band’s bass player and artist, was also recently released on DVD.
Plus support: Honey Ryder
Having firmly established themselves within the inner circle of Nashville’s elite, UK band Honey Ryder return to spearhead the British country crossover invasion with their 3rd studio album, Born In A Bottle.
Our friends from Music in the Green will have a stand in the Pavilion Arts Centre foyer during the Big Session weekend. Don't forget to pop by and say hello!