Oxford’s indie music society (ISOC) have announced a party to be coveted by any discerning birthday girl or boy. ‘Imstock’ will celebrate 20 years of indie music appreciation, with a line-up that’ll blow even the finest Pizza Hut birthday bash out of the water. The event will take place at the Jericho Tavern, Oxford on June 14th.
Jeremy Warmsley has a packed few months ahead of him, including a number of dates in the land of Bratwurst and one hop-skip across the channel to Paris. It’s rather nice that you’ll have the opportunity of catching him ont’ continent if you happy to be on a jaunt that way.
FFS met up with Jeremy Warmsley to talk ukeleles, rock operas and okonomiyakis. Intrigued? We certainly were.
First of all let me say you would not like Mr Warmsley to be your girlfriend’s brother. While the London singer songwriter may appear serene and twee, at the heart he is clearly an imbalanced individual. Or at least that is the case if you believe the unnerving lyrics of his latest effort, If He Breaks Your Heart, complete with menaces and threats aplenty served up in a beautiful melodic plate. Imagine the Krays asking for money while performing the Bolero and you’re close.
Jeremy Warmsley has spilled the heart-shaped beans on the line-up for his Heartbreak Ball. The swoon-fest will take place at The Slaughtered Lamb in Clerkenwell, where Warmsley will be joined by Johnny Flynn, the delectable Slow Club, Gossamer Albatross, A Classic Education and lovely Stars of Sunday League.
He of the electro-folk sparkle and eminently hummable melodies has sorted out Valentine’s Day early this year.
With a genealogy that straddles the Channel and a musical career which already spans multiple locations and genres, Jeremy Warmsley seemed perfectly at home in this splendid little venue in ‘trendy’ Hoxton.
Jeremy Warmsley: Londoner by way of Cambridge, this young man started music night Songs in the Dark at university before moving to the bright lights of our nation’s capital and transferring the evening to the delectable Betsy Trotwood in Farringdon.…