new tindersticks film & music project “Minute Bodies” in 2017

The complete Minute Bodies CD/DVD LP/DVD and Bluray/DVD editions


final Update – 6
: from today’s (13th June 2017) City Slang Newsletter send-out :

“Tindersticks – Last Copies Of ‘Minute Bodies’

The pre-order has ended and the limited edition LP/DVD as well as the CD/DVD version of Tindersticks’ ‘Minute Bodies: The intimate world of F. Percy Smith’ is now sold out on Bandcamp. You will be able to get the last physical copies at record stores from Friday on and also at the bands remaining shows.

(Minute Bodies) shows: 17.06. London, 29.06. Metz, 02.07. Paris, 16.08. Hamburg ”

 

Update – 5: LP/DVD edition is delayed and will be released later (depending on the shops you pre-ordered from 16th June 2017  upwards). The CD/DVD edition is being available/shipped at the moment to arrive on the expected release date of 9th June 2017.

The Strangler/Percy’S Dream Video (Promo):


Update – 4: The first few copies of the LP/DVD edition were sold at the Cirque Royal concert on 14th May, though with a misprinted artwork booklet – For the regular release the artwork booklet will be reprinted in the correct way.

the BFI 2 disc Bluray/DVD release will come with “Special Features
Presented in High Definition and Standard Definition
A selection of films encapsulating the genius and art of F Percy Smith

Illustrated booklet with full film credits and essays by Bryony Dixon, Tim Boon, and Stuart A Staples

… and some more technical details:

“UK | 2016 | black and white | 53 + 64 minutes | silent with music | original aspect ratio 1.33:1 | cert U (No material likely to offend or harm) | BD50: 1080p, 24fps, PCM 2.0 stereo audio (48kHz/24-bit), region free| DVD9: PAL, 25fps, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo audio (320kbps), region 0”

(source amazon.co.uk description)

Update-3: Minute Bodies: The intimate world of F. Percy Smith will be released on 9 June 2017 as a limited edition of each 3000 copies on LP+DVD and CD+DVD. You can pre-order it already via Bandcamp, here:https://tindersticks.bandcamp.com/

Additionally there will be a combined Bluray/DVD edition from the BFI available at 12th june 2017. Preorder here at: http://shop.bfi.org.uk/pre-order-minute-bodies-the-intimate-world-of-f-percy-smith.html

source: screenshot official website tindersticks.co.uk
source: Physical Design – from the Bandcamp page of tindersticks.bandcamp.com

Tracklisting:

1.
 Percy’s Theme
2.
Gathering Moss
3.
Magic Myxies
4.
Peas and Ques
5.
Tiny Honey Gatherers
6.
World In a Wine Glass
7.
Fireworks
8.
The Strangler
9.
Percy’s Dream
10.
Brewsters Magic
11.
Reverse Frog
12.
Life Cycle of a Newt
13.
Reproduction Montage
14.
Scarlet Runner
15.
Percy’s Dream (Reprise)

Update-2: Official MB Website is here: https://www.minutebodies.com/

Update-1: “Minute Bodies” is officially announced with more details & trailer on http://www.tindersticks.co.uk/tomorrows/

 

mb-trailer

 

from the official statement:

” Minute bodies: The intimate world of F. Percy Smith

Official selection at London Film Festival.
Premiere at 9pm, 11th October 2016, NFT 1, plus Q&A with Stuart and co-editor David Reeve.

Finally, after three years in the making, Minute Bodies is ready for others to see and hear.

Directed by Stuart and co-edited with David Reeve, it has a musical score by tindersticks with Thomas Belhom and Christine Ott. The music also benefits from great cameo performances from David Coulter (musical saw & nose flute) and Julian Siegel (saxophone)

The LFF describes the film…

‘This meditative, immersive film is a tribute to the astonishing work and achievements of naturalist, inventor and pioneering filmmaker F. Percy Smith.
Smith worked in the early years of the 20th century, developing various cinematographic and micro-photographic techniques to capture nature’s secrets in action.

Minute Bodies is an interpretative edit that combines Smith’s original footage with a new contemporary score to create a hypnotic, alien yet familiar dreamscape that connects us to the sense of wonder Smith must have felt as he peered through his own lenses and seen these micro-worlds for the first time.’

In 2017 there will be a small selection of special live cine-events, the first to be announced is Le Lieu Unique in Nantes on Saturday the 11th, and Sunday the 12th of March.
Minute bodies will feature as one of two sets for the evening…the other set being a special collection of tindersticks songs and music.”

 

The trailer:

 

 

Stuart A. Staples wrote & directed a special film & has done a soundtrack with selected musicians, incl. David Boulter, Thomas Belhom & Christine Ott et al. for this film project “Minute Bodies” *.

 
“We are pleased to announce that 12 exciting new projects have been selected to take part in this year’s edition of Build Your Audience (BYA), our innovative film distribution and marketing training scheme.
 
Minute Bodies
Writer-Director: Stuart A. Staples
Writer-Producer: David Reeve “
 
“Forthcoming projects include Minute Bodiesa co-production with Lucky Dog featuring the world of Percy Smith with a new score by Tindersticks.”
Update: The Film will be premiered at the UK London Film Festival on 11th October 2016 at The BFI Southbank

Tickets & Info here:  https://whatson.bfi.org.uk/lff/Online/default.asp?BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::permalink=minutebodiestheintimateworldoffpercysmith&BOparam::WScontent::loadArticle::context_id=


Tuesday 11 October 2016 21:00
Sonic
BFI Southbank, NFT1

Stuart A Staples will be in conversation following this screening.

Dir Stuart A Staples
Prod David Reeve, Stuart A Staples
UK 2016
55min
UK Distribution BFI

A new collaboration between Tindersticks’ Stuart A Staples and filmmaker David Reeve, this meditative, immersive film is a tribute to the astonishing work and achievements of naturalist, inventor and pioneering filmmaker Frank Percy Smith. Working in the early years of the 20th century, Smith developed various cinematographic and micro-photographic techniques to capture nature in action. Employed in a number of public roles, including the Royal Navy and British Instructional Films, Smith was prolific and driven. He often directed several films simultaneously, determined to capture nature’s hidden terrains. Minute Bodies is an interpretative film that combines Smith’s work with Staples’ contemporary music score to create a hypnotic dreamscape of a world that is both familiar and alien, connecting us to the sense of wonder Smith must have felt as he peered through his lenses to observe these micro-worlds for the very first time.”

The first 2 live Cinema/Movie Concerts for a new project of Stuart A. Staples & David Boulter and other artists have been announced for Nantes (F):

  • 11th October 2016 – BFI Southbank, London, U.K. (World Premiere of the “Minute Bodies” Film & Stuart A. Staples in conversation after the screening – no concert)
  • 11th March 2017 – Le Lieu Unique – National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nantes, France
  • 12th March 2017 – Le Lieu Unique – National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nantes, France

Tickets on sale from 14.06.2016, here: http://www.fnacspectacles.com/place-spectacle/manifestation/Pop-rock-Folk-TINDERSTICKS-2CYP1.htm#/manifestation/bientot_reservable

from the official  Le Lieu Unique programme booklet: https://issuu.com/lieuunique/docs/prog16_17-eng :

“Tindersticks Minute Bodies

Stuart Staples, singer and songwriter for the English group Tindersticks, took an interest in the films of Frank Percy Smith, naturalist, documentarian, and pioneer of several macrophotography techniques in the early 20th century. He offers us a concert with a film made from Smith’s images, and a soundtrack matching both the documentary and abstract motifs. A new, exciting project for the Tindersticks.”

 

other potential concert locations might be Paris, London et al.

 

see details here:

http://www.lelieuunique.com/site/2017/03/11/tindersticks/

minute bodies

source: website screenshot  

from the interview – S.A.Staples (babelfished version from french original) :

“… I worked for several years on this project, based on the film archives. It is an exploration, often a reinvention of the work of Frank Percy Smith, English director who was, in the 1920s and 1930s, pioneered techniques like time-lapse (effect of ultra- accelerated made frame) or microcinematography. For the first time, he revealed the hidden secrets of nature. I first saw The Acrobatic Fly , his most famous film, then I wanted to know more about his work. And the more I saw his films, more ideas come to me, the music seemed to spring. The title Minute Bodies , I borrowed the scientific treatise Micrographia Robert Hooke, a contemporary of Isaac Newton, who reproduced and released the first images seen through a microscope in 1665.

What musicians involved in this project?
The core is constituted of Thomas Belhom , Christine Ott, multi-instrumentalist David Boulter and myself. It all started during a recording session with them. Thomas and Christine are very special musicians, each unique. I really wanted them to be involved from the start. As for David, he brought enormously to the project. Since then, our journey led us to invite other musicians to join us in this world. It’s a very different approach from an album of Tindersticks. The images are both very strong and musically malleable. There are no rules, sometimes no indication of measurement … We could just destroy us.”

 

Official website news:

not announced officially yet. Also unknown if the project runs under the “tindersticks” name – though initial indications (Movie Concerts page in Nantes & other webbits) indicate that it might be so  –  more infos: t.b.a

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* Minute Bodies

Minute Bodies / Micrographia – R. Hooke  – Wikipedia Article  – Photo  “Title Page fo Micrographia” – CC license: public domain

Project Gutenberg:  http://www.gutenberg.org/files/15491/15491-h/15491-h.htm

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The Waiting Room 2016 Live Concert Dates

(updated:the 2016 tour is over now)

  • 19.January 2016 – Rough Trade Store NYC, New York City, USA (full DVD screening and a Q&A with Stuart A. Staples thereafter – no concert !)
  • 22.January 2016 – Rough Trade East Store. London, UK (full DVD screening, Q&A & 30 minutes acoustic set – ALBUM RELEASE EVENT)
  • 23.January 2016 – Botanique. Brussels, Belgium (full DVD screening, Q&A & 60 minutes set with complete band)
  • 24.January 2016 -Cinéma Étoile Lilas, Paris, France (full DVD screening and a Q&A with Stuart A. Staples thereafter – no concert !)
  • 10. February 2016 – Hotel Departemental, Clermont-Ferrand, France (6th Singing Skies Event w. short acoustic set at the vernissage opening)
  • 11.February 2016 – International Short Film Festival, Petit Velo, Clermont-Ferrand, France (late afternoon show) *CINE
  • 11.February 2016 – International Short Film Festival, Petit Velo, Clermont-Ferrand, France (evening show) *CINE
  • 13. February 2016 – Volksbühne, Berlin, Germany *CINE
  • 14. February 2016 – Volksbühne, Berlin, Germany *CINE
  • 22.February 2016 – Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, France *CINE
  • 24.February 2016 – La Vapeur, Dijon, France
  • 25.February 2016 – Château Rouge, Annemasse, France
  • 26.February 2016 – La Cartonnerie, Reims, France
  • 27.February 2016 – Théâtre d’Arras, Arras, France
  • 28.February 2016 – Concertgebouw de Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • 29.February 2016 – Koninklijk Theater Carré, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • 02.March 2016 – Le 106, Rouen, France
  • 03.March 2016 – Le Rocher de Palmer, Cenon, France
  • 04.March 2016 – Le Parvis, Tarbes, France
  • 05.March 2016 – Paloma, Nîmes, France
  • 06.March 2016 – L’Octogone, Pully, Switzerland
  • 07.March 2016 – Kaufleuten, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 09.March 2016 – Wiener Konzerthaus, Vienna, Austria
  • 10.March 2016 – Archa Theatre, Prague, Czech Republic 
  • 11.March 2016, Münchner Kammerspiele, Munich, Germany
  • 12.March – Wizemann Club, Stuttgart, Germany
  • 13.March – Gloria Theater, Cologne, Germany
  • 14.March 2016 – Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany
  • 20.March 2016 -Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 21.March 2016 -Bourlaschouwburg, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 22.March 2016 – Het Depot – Leuven, Belgium

2nd leg of the initial TWR tour:

  • 14.April 2016  – L´Auditori, Barcelona, Spain
  • 15.April 2016 – Teatro Jovellanos, Gijon, Spain
  • 16.April 2016 – Tabakalera Miramon Amphitheatre, San Sebastian, Spain
  • 17.April 2016 – Zentral, Pamplona, Spain   (cancelled)
  • 18.April 2016 – Cabaret Botanique, Rennes, France
  • 19.April 2016 – Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, France *CINE
  • 20.April 2016 – Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, France *CINE
  • 21.April 2016 – Theatre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris, France *CINE
  • 23.April 2016 – Chateau Neuf – Storsalen, Oslo, Norway
  • 24.April 2016 – Sodra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 25.April 2016 – Sodra Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 26.April 2016 – Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, Denmark*CINE
  • 27.April 2016 – Voxhall, Aarhus, Denmark
  • 29.April 2016 – The Barbican, London, UK *CINE
  • 30.April 2016 – Warwick Arts Center, Coventry, UK *CINE
  • 01.May 2016 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, UK *CINE
  • 02.May 2016 – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK *CINE
  • 03.May 2016 – Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK *CINE
  • 04.May 2016 – The Sage, Gateshead, UK *CINE
  • 06.May 2016 – Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK *CINE
  • 07.May 2016 – Colston Hall, Bristol, UK *CINE
  • 08.May 2016 – Brighton Dome, Brighton, UK *CINE

cine concerts

source: website screenshot

3rd (short) leg of the initial TWR tour:

  • 19.May 2016 – Posthof. Linz, Austria (canceled)
  • 20.May 2016 – Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo de Sevilla , Sevilla, Spain (canceled)
  • 22.May 2016 – Open, Norwich, UK *CINE
  • 24.May 2016 – Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies, Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 25.May 2016 – Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece 
  • 26.May 2016 – Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece 
  • 27.May 2016 – Zorlu Performing Arts Center, Istanbul, Turkey

The Waiting Room TOUR (part II) – summer 2016 festival dates:

  • 02. July 2016 – Atlantic Fest, Illa de Arousa (Pontevedra), Spain
  • 13.July 2016 – Theatre Municipal – Curtas Internat. Film Fest, Vila do Conde, Portugal  (two shows a. 20:00 & b. 22:30) *CINE
  • 15.July 2016 – Vieilles Charrues Festival, Carhaix, France
  • 16.July 2016 – Sommerperlen Festival, Centralstation, Darmstadt, Germany
  • 17.July 2016 – Stimmen Festival, Rosfelspark, Lörrach, Germany
  • 18.July 2016 – Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • 19.July 2016 – Opera, Ghent, Belgium
  • 21.Juli 2016 – Circo Price, Madrid, Spain
  • 22.Juli 2016 – Auditorio Parque Torres, Cartagena, Spain
  • 24. July 2016 – Nuits de Fourviere – Odeon, Lyon, France
  • 10.August 2016 – City Theatre – Belfort (courtyard) – Bruges, Belgium
  • 11.August 2016 – Place des Palais – Brussels, Belgium
  • 13.August 2016 – La Route du Rock Festival, St. Malo, France
  • 20.August 2016 – Green Man Festival, Brecon Beacons, Wales, UK
  • 27.August – Festival Vilar de Mouros, Vilar de Mouros, Portugal

The Waiting Room Tour (part III) –  autumn/winter 2016 dates:

  • 17.September 2016 – Parkstad Limburg Theaters, Heerlen, Netherlands
  • 18.September 2016 – Ruhrtriennale – Lichtburg – Essen, Germany *CINE
  • 26.Oktober 2016 – Teatro Tivoli – Lisbon, Portugal
  • 27.October 2016 – Convento de Sao Francisco. Coimbra, Portugal
  • 29.Oktober 2016 – Casa da Musica, Porto, Portugal
  • 31.Oktober 2016 – Theatre de Namur – Namur – Belgium
  • 01.November 2016 – Culture Centrum, Hasselt, Belgium
  • 02.November 2016 – CC De Spil – Roeselare, Belgium
  • 04.November 2016 – 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands
  • 05.November 2016 – Rolling Stone Weekender – Weissenhäuser Strand, Germany
  • 06.November 2016 – Stadsschouwburg, Groningen, Netherlands
  • 07.November 2016 – Der Felsenkeller, Leipzig, Germany
  • 09.November – Kino Siska, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • 10.November 2016 – Helmut List Halle, Graz, Austria (cancelled)
  • 11.November 2016 – Posthof, Linz, Austria
  • 13.November 2016 – Konzerthaus, Dortmund, Germany
  • 14.November 2016 – Konzerthaus, Berlin, Germany

*CINE = concerts with the TWR film project screening on/behind the stage, while the band plays the songs live – Follow me will be normally screened from DVD as the band enters the stage. 2nd part of the evening (after a short pause) will be filled with an additional set without film screening in the the background (perhaps the 2nd official version of how he entered can be screened in an encore or replaces the version in the TWR DVD screening in the first part).

see also: http://www.tindersticks.co.uk/tomorrows/concerts/

 

Supports during the tour:

  • Julian Siegel supported the band (along with an additional sax player) on stage through all song sets during the following CINE concert gigs: 2x Berlin (02-2016 & 11-2016), 3x Paris (04-2016), Copenhagen (04-2016), London (04-2016), Bristol & Brighton (05-2016)
  • Christine Ott will be guest/supporting on the tour from Dijon on 24th February until Zurich on 7th March
  • Miss Kenichi will be guest/supporting on the tour from Vienna on 9th March until Hamburg on 14th March.
  • Simon Lenski will be guest in Antwerp on 20th March and in Leuven on 22nd March, 31st October in Namur & 1st November in Hasselt
  • Slumberland – Jochem Baelus (Echo Beatty) will be guest in Antwerp on the 21st March
  • Thomas Belhom will be guest/supporting on the tour in Gijon, Barcelona & San Sebastian from 14-16th April & Rennes on 18th April.
  • The Amor Belhom Duo will be guest/supporting the band on all the october/november dates (without the portugese &  Namur, Hasselt and the Rolling Stone Weekender event)
  • The danish band Vessel will be guest/supporting on the tour from Oslo on 23th April until Aarhus on 27th April (Copenhagen will be a CINE concert event with probably no support act)
  • Bertrand Belin will be guest/supporting on the tour in Lyon on 24th July

 


 

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strange things in secret places – potential new tindersticks documentary

strange things might happen in secret places ;)
(until officially confirmed, please file under “rumour” or gossip)
 
screening of a new “documentary about Tindersticks”
 
original source: Thomas Belhom’s official homepage & fb page
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PARIS– Fr in a secret place
 
Thursday, April the 21rst, 2016 : “carte blanche aux Tindersticks”
 
8:30pm = documentary about Tindersticks / 10:30pm = Thomas BELHOM (drums, vocal, guitar, piano synthétique) & Cédric Thimon (saxophone & electronic) / at midnight = DJ Dave Boulter !
 
(the tindersticks are playing at “Les Bouffes du Nord” on this evening)
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secret place-Paris
website screenshot
btw there was already a dutchTV documentary in 1999 about the band, you can still watch it here:
final update: this was an tindersticks invite-only event – in the end the “documentary” was the TWR films screened & David Boulter not Dj-ing that night.
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2015 tindersticks & solo-projects / side-projects live dates

2015 full band live dates:

2015 concerts (philharmonic hall mini tour)

  • 06 February 2015 – Salle des Fêtes du Lignon, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 07 February 2015 – Konzerthaus, Dortmund, Germany
  • 09 February 2015 – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • 10 February 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France

2015/2016 solo-projects / side-projects live dates:

Neil Fraser & Terry Edwards:

  • 31 July 2015 – King & Queen Pub, London, U.K.
  • 10-11 August 2015 – Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Festival, Edingburg, U.K.
Live Video from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015 – Fear is a man’s best friend:

 

Stuart A. Staples sings @ In Dreams – David Lynch Revisited (Terry Edwards also involved):

  • 18 November 2015 – National Concert Hall, Dublin, Ireland
  • 19 November 2015 – Colston Hall, Bristol, U.K.
  • 21 November 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France
  • 22 November 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France
  • 23 November 2015 – Cité des Congrès, Nantes, France

 

so this was it for the moment, let’s see what else solo show(s) 2015/2016 will bring ;)

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Stuart Does David Lynch (again) on 18th November in Dublin, Ireland

http://entertainment.ie/music/news/Anna-Calvi-Stuart-Staples-Sam-Amidon-Mick-Harvey-amp-more-announced-for-NCH-Perspectives-gigs/365126.htm

 

“Anna Calvi, Stuart Staples, Sam Amidon, Mick Harvey & more announced for NCH ‘Perspectives’ gigs

The latest batch is no different, with the likes of Anna Calvi, Sam Amidon, Robert Forster andAdrian Crowley participating in a WB Yeats-themed show in September, while Stuart Staples of Tindersticks, Mick Harvey of The Bad Seeds and Jenny Beth of Savages are amongst a clutch of musicians performing a live homage to the work of film director David Lynch in November.

November 18th | In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited – new live homage to the songs and music from David Lynch’s films with Stuart Staples (Tindersticks), Jenny Beth (Savages), Mick Harvey (The Bad Seeds), Cibo Matto, Stealing Sheep, Sophia Brousm and Kirin J Callinan.

 

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2014 & 2015 tindersticks LIVE CONCERTS

here’re the 2014 tindersticks live gigs (as announced by now) :

  • 01 February 2014 –  Le Point du Jour, Cherbourg, France (4th singing skies opening event)
  • 25 April 2014 – La Cathedrale St. Etienne – Bourges, France
  • 06 June 2014 – The Space – Nottingham, UK (5th singing skies opening event)

2015 concerts (philharmonic hall mini tour)

  • 06 February 2015 – Salle des Fêtes du Lignon, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 07 February 2015 – Konzerthaus, Dortmund, Germany
  • 09 February 2015 – Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • 10 February 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France

n.b.: there might be another rumoured additional date in this week

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In Dreams – David Lynch Revisited (with Stuart Staples, Terry Edwards et al.)

20th June in London more details & tickets here: http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event-detail.asp?ID=16240

In Dreams: David Lynch Revisited
with Conor O’Brien (Villagers), Mick Harvey, Jehnny Beth (Savages), Cibo Matto, Sophia Brous, Stealing Sheep and Stuart Staples (Tindersticks)

“The world premiere of a new live homage to the songs and music from David Lynch’s films

From the romantic songs of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, to the violence of iconic scenes in Blue Velvet, Wild At Heart or Lost Highway, sound is a vital component of David Lynch’s films – it’s in the wind, in the air, and in the people’s thoughts; his carefully chosen songs conveying his characters’ mental states.

Lynch’s songbook includes original versions by Roy Orbison, David Bowie, Chris Isaak, Samuel Barber, Marilyn Manson and Elvis Presley. In Dreams brings together a stellar cast of singers to reinterpret these classic songs.

His partnership with composer Angelo Badalamenti gave birth to one of the most celebrated soundtracks ever created for television – as viewers around the globe asked themselves ‘who killed Laura Palmer?’ to the ethereal tones of Julee Cruise’s voice.

Immerse yourself into the mood and atmosphere of Lynch’s universe, with landmark instrumental tracks and exciting new versions of songs from his films, performed by a superb band assembled and led by musical director David Coulter – last seen on the Barbican stage in Beck: Song Reader Live and Rain Dogs Revisited.

‘Sound is almost a drug. It’s so pure that when it goes in your ears, it instantly does something to you’ David Lynch

The band
David Coulter original concept, musical and artistic direction, saw, percussions and other instruments
Terry Edwards horns
Thomas Bloch cristal baschet, ondes martenot, glass harmonica
David Okumu guitar
Tom Herbert bass
Seb Rochford drums “

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