28 Aprile / The Great Park / Matinée

Questo è ciò che vi aspetta: "an intimate morose folk songs, rooted in a strange personal world of fields and birds and love and persecution." (Southcoasting blog')

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Stephen Burch is an English songwriter currently based in Berlin.
He began making music whilst living on a remote farm in rural Ireland - using acoustic guitars, the family's piano, brooms and chains.
His lyrical, narrative songs bear the influence of the fields of County Cork and the streets of Berlin. Images of persecution abound, songs of urgent travel and a search for home - the unifying theme is that of grave drama within 'The Great Park'.

Stephen has played over 150 concerts each year for the past several years - touring Germany, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Poland, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Denmark and the UK. He has released over 12 albums on the DIY label Woodland Recordings, a compilation through the German label Timezone and his songs have been covered on releases by Liz Green, The Sons of Noel And Adrian and others.

He likes rooms with echo, train journeys, tram rides and girls on bicycles.