Lorkin O’Reilly
The Chapel at The Angel Microbrewery, Nottingham on Friday 26th Nov 2021 8:00pm

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Event Information

Lorkin O’Reilly is a singer and songwriter who writes reflective narratives that fall naturally into the musical spaces he creates; warm, confessional sounds, with nods to traditional folk music.

Since immigrating to the United States from Scotland in 2012, Lorkin O’Reilly has been making a name for himself as a commanding new songwriting talent. His unique transatlantic approach blends old-country inspired open tunings similar to that of Bert Jansch, Nike Drake, and Dick Gaughan; with direct and personal reflections and poetry in the mode of Phil Everum (Mount Eerie / Microphones), Bill Callahan, or Damien Jurado. His writing portrays not only his own reality, but experiences faced by most of us: the purgatory between childhood and adulthood, between new home and old home and finally the overarching struggle of finding a new identity.

Catmilk balance fragile, wavering folk with a hit of 90s grunge. A. Milne’s lyrics are scattered with story telling, dreams and daily life, woven around nostalgic melodies and ragged guitar riffs. For fans of Big Thief, Mazzy Star and Julia Jacklin



Venue Address

  • 7 Stoney Street
    The Lace Market

Venue Age Restriction

  • Over 18s only