Federico Albanese returns to the UK with a brand new album
Federico Albanese doesn't play by a musical rulebook: his compositions are airy and cinematic, blending classical music, pop and psychedelia. Once a prop man on film sets, he now collaborates with filmmakers and creatives, scoring documentaries, shorts and feature films with his shimmering original works. He's returning to the UK with music from his brand new album, The Blue Hour. This is your chance to witness his live show at The Forge, Camden. Support will be coming from Arthur Jeffes (Penguin Cafe) and Mark Springer (Rip Rig And Panic) who open the show in their first live performance together as Aparat, playing music from their forthcoming, self-titled album. This is truly live music to die for. "Modest, crepuscular piano pieces. 8/10" – Uncut "One of the most hauntingly beautiful records you'll ever hear. 9/10" – Drowned In Sound
"A lyrical, rhythmic and emotive modern classical sound that enthrals to the last"