Serafina Steer to be joined by guests Jarvis Cocker, Steve Mackey and more in London + support San Morritz (plus new track!)

Monday 14th January, 2013

Serafina Steer's new LP 'The Moths Are Real' is out today - the Jarvis Cocker produced release is out on CD, LP and download on Stolen Recordings.

To herald the album's release a launch show 'Serafina Steer and Special Guests' will take place on Thursday 24th January at St. Leonard's Church Shoreditch, where some of the album was recorded - most tickets are now gone.

Today we can confirm Serafina will be joined on stage by guests Jarvis Cocker, Steve Mackey, Boxettes & Manchester String Quartet. There will also be a support slot from San Moritzz.

The album is preceded by a single 'Night Before Mutiny', which you can hear now on our Soundcloud. Here are the show details and ticket link...

ARTIST: Serafina Steer w/ guests Jarvis Cocker, Steve Mackey, Boxettes & Manchester String Quartet
SUPPORT ACTS
: San Moritzz
VENUE
: St. Leonards Church, Shoreditch
DATE
: Thursday 24th January 2013
ADVANCED TICKET PRICE : £9.50
VENUE ADDRESS
: Shoreditch High Street, Hackney, London, E1 6JN
AGE RESTRICTIONS: 14+
DOORS: 7.30-11pm

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS

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 ****stars- The Guardian

‘Tender and superb’ Time Out

‘It’s easy to hear why (Jarvis) Cocker was so bewitched’ - 4/5 MOJO

‘Beguiling’ The Sunday Times

‘It knocks you sideways.’- 5 stars, Sunday Express

‘Perfect for listening to while lying on the sofa, staring at the ceiling, on your own.’ -4 Stars, The Times

‘A deep and curious joy’ – 8/10 LOUD & QUIET

‘At last! A harp-wielding British analogue to Joanna Newsom’ – UNCUT

‘A waspish lyrical sensibility which offsets her harp’s celestial shimmer’ - (100 For 2013)
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

‘The acoustic strings on this album cut through the soft, English tones of Serafina like gentle raindrops tapping on long green grass’ – NOTION

‘Steer’s melancholic compositions and stories evoke the tall tales and tragedies of a distant place and time’ – NOWNESS