Saturday 4th April 2020 - THE FLOWING - EP Launch - at The Hot Tin

Join The Flowing at the launch event of their new EP, For the Homeless and the Lonesome. Featuring a complete reworking of 5 of the best songs from the Garden of England album such as Hold On, Cast Out and From Here, For the Homeless and the Lonesome has been lovingly crafted by The Flowing over the past few months. The event is taking place at the beautiful converted church, The Hot Tin in Faversham.

£1 from every EP sale will be donated to Medway homeless charity, One Big Family: Save on your EP purchase in advance of the launch event by buying it as part of your ticket.

Tickets available via:
Advance ticket prices: £6 entrance only, or £10 entrance + EP.

Support from Sam Brothers and Gemma Williams

6.30pm - Doors open
7.30pm - Gemma Williams
8.10pm - Sam Brothers
9.00pm - The Flowing

The Flowing are a contemporary folk band hailing from Medway. Their deep sound fluidly combines layers of vocal and instrumental harmonies with honest, frank lyrics. The Flowing have performed at many well-respected festivals and events including Broadstairs Folk Week, Rochester's Sweeps Festival, Smugglers Festival, and have performed live on BBC Radio Kent.
Sam Brothers is a 25 year old singer-songwriter and performer, based in Canterbury. Rooted in the raw passion of the early protest singers and touching on the beauty of the first wave of folksters – Sam’s songs are invested with echoes of Dylan, Buckley, Drake, Van Zandt, and all the stops along the long, old, lonely road that those illustrious names illuminate.
Folky style soul singing from the heart with messages of life, freedom and being your truth. Inspiring, moving and up-lifting. Gemma uses her words and music to help people get out of their heads. To see what is real for them, to help step away from the busy-ness of life and mental chatter to JUST BE. Gemma will be accompanied by The Flowing's Theo Dudhill on bass.

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