Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten', out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON's chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton's diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark's lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren't far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there's people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring."

- Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.


Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon's music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark's signature

cinematic "pretty-pretty-pop" sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten' will be the

band's third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada'.


In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  


"On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I've come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv - when he's not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he's running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon's violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA "Monty", plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn't just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I've

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one."


PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA'

"4**** Bloody marvelous" - Sunday Times

"4**** Seductive" - MOJO

"4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return" - Guardian

"4**** Melodic and affecting." - Q

"Delightful ... poetic and effortlessly gorgeous." -THE WORD

"Lovely ... relevant, modern and orchestral ... these are songs for a range of emotion." -THE NATIONAL POST

"Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out ... Hamilton's light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do." -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

"Strings soar ... and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist ... Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn't make you believe." -EXCLAIM!

"Understated beauty with an unshakable longing ... meet your new indie folk heroes." -SUBBA-CULTCHA

"Hamilton's delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable ... accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting." -BBC

"Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics." -UNCUT

"A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps ... from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country ... adrift in sweeping landscapes." -METRO

"A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem ... you can't help but fall in love with." -CHROMEWAVES

"The next great Canadian breakout band." -NOW


LAURA GIBSON's new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it's the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson's fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It's a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson's beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty 'antifolk' music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.



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LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

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WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

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WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Tickets from
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08444771000
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333
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WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Tickets from
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08444771000
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333
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WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

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08444771000
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0870 264 3333
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WOODPIGEON

WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Tickets from
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08444771000
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333
 www.wegottickets.com

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WOODPIGEON

WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Tickets from
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08444771000
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333
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WOODPIGEON

WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Tickets from
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08444771000
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333
 www.wegottickets.com

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WOODPIGEON

WOODPIGEON

LAURA GIBSON + WITHERED HAND
Union Chapel
Thursday 6 May 2010

£11
WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WOODPIGEON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/LAURAGIBSON, WWW.MYSPACE.COM/WITHEREDHANDMUSIC

Calgary’s Woodpigeon will return to our shores for a series of beautiful shows in May to

celebrate the release of their new album ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’, out on End of

the Road Records on the 19th April. 

WOODPIGEON’s chamber-folk concoctions of banjo, glockenspiel, choir and Mark Hamilton’s diffident vocals make for thoughtful melodious moments and joyous rock-outs. Combining the mystical comic-book fantasies of Mark’s lyrics with the sparkling music of the band, comparisons to Sufjan Stevens and his delightful ilk aren’t far wrong, setting Woodpigeon up to be the next great Canadian breakout band.

It never gets old, this touring lark. Just the fact that there’s people around this world of ours who want to

hear songs written in a small, pink house in the prairies of Canada always makes me smile. We look

forward to entertaining you this spring.”

– Mark Andrew Hamilton, Woodpigeon.

Fronted by Mark Hamilton, Woodpigeon’s music moves and contorts like a

film soundtrack.  Lush, grand moments complement Mark’s signature

cinematic “pretty-pretty-pop” sound.    ‘Die Stadt Muzikanten’ will be the

band’s third full-length and follow up to the internationally acclaimed album

‘Treasury Library Canada’.

In the past, Woodpigeon has most often operated as a rotating collective of

players. This tour however, kicks off with a warm-up show in Iceland on 29th

April with an assembly of what Mark describes as doubtlessly his favourite

group of players.  

“On the drums, Mr. Chris Dadge (who I’ve come to call The Glimmer) brings in an element of

experimental improv – when he’s not hitting things for Woodpigeon, he’s running the

experimental record label Bug Incision and releasing records by an amazing group of

otherworldly experimenters. Woodpigeon’s violin player Foon Yap has also been spreading

her wings as of late, fronting the almighty FOONYAP + The Roar, opening for folks like

HEALTH and, erm, Woodpigeon. Scott Munro (on bass and horns), AKA “Monty”, plays with

other Calgary greats like Ghostkeeper and Chad VanGaalen, and Annalea Sordi-McClure

who isn’t just one of the original Woodpigeon line-up, but also the greatest housemate I’ve

ever had. She heard all of these songs first, before anyone, and if I caught her humming one

around the house, I knew it was a good one.”

PRAISE FOR ‘TREASURY LIBRARY CANADA’

“4**** Bloody marvelous” – Sunday Times

“4**** Seductive” – MOJO

“4**** an inspiring meditation on exile and return” – Guardian

“4**** Melodic and affecting.” – Q

“Delightful … poetic and effortlessly gorgeous.” -THE WORD

“Lovely … relevant, modern and orchestral … these are songs for a range of emotion.” -THE NATIONAL POST

“Extravagant shows of brasses or strings spiral out … Hamilton’s light, resilient voice is tailor-made for mulling on the deceits and realities of what we see and do.” -THE GLOBE AND MAIL

“Strings soar … and voices blend like a cool breeze hitting the ocean mist … Woodpigeon take flight with an ease that their name wouldn’t make you believe.” -EXCLAIM!

“Understated beauty with an unshakable longing … meet your new indie folk heroes.” -SUBBA-CULTCHA

“Hamilton’s delightfully dour and lovelorn lyrics and sprightly, sweetly mellow music, makes the morse seem wholly palatable … accomplished, quietly intelligent, playful and really rather enchanting.” -BBC

“Rich acoustic chamber pop with quietly barbed lyrics.” -UNCUT

“A tapestry of plaintive guitar, shuffling snare drums, twinkling glockenspiel and handclaps … from swirling blizzard chamber-pop to hushed alt.country … adrift in sweeping landscapes.” -METRO

“A perfect balance of grandeur and intimacy, delight and melancholy. Treasury is a left-field gem … you can’t help but fall in love with.” -CHROMEWAVES

“The next great Canadian breakout band.” -NOW

LAURA GIBSON’s new album Beasts of Seasons (out now) is nothing short of a masterpiece, both for its flawless and often haunting execution and for its inspired statements on the human experience. If it’s the sonic equivalent of darkness and what may be lurking there, then Gibson’s fragile voice and plaintively strummed guitar soon emerge as a flicker of light. It’s a mesmerizing contrast, as the curtain rises for Gibson’s beautifully gloomy and arresting meditations on life and death


WITHERED HAND
is the work of one man from Edinburgh, Dan Willson. Despite a lyrical admission to listening to death metal bands, Dan makes pensive and pretty ‘antifolk’ music sprawling with all sorts of questions and quiet conversations while his Neil Young-ish voice mingles joyously with varied accompaniments including that of a banjo, harmonica and mandolin.

Tickets from
www.ticketweb.co.uk
08444771000
www.seetickets.com
0870 264 3333
 www.wegottickets.com

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