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Julianna Barwick

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The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
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£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

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The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
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£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

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The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

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The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

SLOWS
The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

SLOWS
The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

SLOWS
The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

SLOWS
The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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Julianna Barwick

Julianna Barwick

SLOWS
The Pickle Factory
Wednesday 8 June 2016
Sold Out

£14.50 ADV 8PM

Julianna Barwick’s revelatory third full-length, Will, is a surprising left turn for the Brooklyn experimental artist. Conceived and self-produced over the past year in a variety of locations, the ominous, compelling Will is a departure from 2013’s Alex Somers-produced Nepenthe. If that last record conjured images of gentle, thick fog rolling over desolate mountains, then the self-produced Will is a late afternoon thunderstorm, a cathartic collision of sharp and soft textures that sounds looming and restorative all at once.

Julianna Barwick will headline The Pickle Factory on June 8th.

THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT

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