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SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

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BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS



BAT FOR LASHES

BAT FOR LASHES

SPECIAL GUESTS
ULU
Wednesday 28 February 2007

£10.00
HTTP:WWW.BATFORLASHES.CO.UK, MYSPACE.COM/BATFORLASHES

BAT FOR LASHES creates an intimate, cinematic world,
reminiscent of the nocturnal wanderings of Kate Bush and the heartfelt
prayers of Cat Power. Natasha composes songs that rise out of a dark,
heartbreak wilderness and take you on a journey in to the light. Taking
influence from 70’s film soundtracks, weather phenomena, childhood
Halloween parties and a David Lynchian vision of suburbia, they occupy
the tenebrous space between innocence and a loss of innocence and come
straight from the storyteller’s heart.

Tonight she plays material from her critically acclaimed debut album
Fur and Gold with a live set as she delivers majestic vocal howls,
whispers and hiccups to a backdrop of soaring strings, esoteric folk
instruments, distorted guitar, bass rumbles and thunder-clap drums.
There are also interludes of exquisite heartbreak ? the piano ballad
?Sad Eyes? has on more than one occasion left audience members in tears.

?a neverending story of fantastic dreams and heartbreaking reality? the
chapters unfold with a sense of wonder and slow, powerfully evoked drama?
Bat For Lashes inhabit a magical kingdom you won?t want to leave? 5/5 The Guardian

?Bat For Lashes has clearly and equivocally her own voice? entrancing. One
of the year?s most exciting debuts? Music Week

?reinvent Siouxsie/Kate Bush/Bjork mystical sex, musical travelogue and
poetic dreamstate for the contemporary singer-songwriter milieu. The results
are nothing short of breathtaking? 4/5 Observer Music Monthly

?a divinely phantasmagoric affair packed with elemental images both
beauteous and beastly? to listen to Bat For Lashes is to be pulled into some
exotic otherworld ? a place sometimes dark and disturbing, at others sweetly
exultant. Expect magic? Time Out

PLUS SPECIAL GUESTS







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