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Half-handed Cloud & HFP show 19th Jan 2012: Buy Tickets Now!

November 22nd, 2011 | Posted by David in Half-handed Cloud (US) | Live Shows | Monday School

Half-handed Cloud and Henningham Family Press proudly present a live music and screenprint show, with unreleased songs!

Date: Thursday 19th January 2012
Time: 8.00pm (performance starts promptly at 8.30pm)
Venue: St Barnabas Church, Shacklewell Row, Dalston, London, E8 2EA
£5 in advance inc. limited edition poster,  (£6 on door)

This one-off show will take place in St Barnabas Church, a recently reopened hidden gem in Dalston. The band will take the audience through areas usually inaccessible to  the public, playing songs from the extensive H-hC back catalogue and printing a limited edition glow-in-the-dark poster as we go. You will be whisked through the Old and New Testaments with us, singing, printing, eating and drinking, like some sort of Dada Sunday School. The show culminates in a set of previously unreleased songs.

This show is timed perfectly for that moment just after Christmas and New Year when you’ve been back at work for a few days and you’re feeling a bit aimless. No problem! Sitting ready on your mantlepiece will be the tickets you bought in December for the H-hC/HFP live show! Click the button below now and become slump-proofed!

We were all very proud of the show we did together in 2008, when we transformed the basement of the Foundry into a giant 12 foot record player. But for those of you who don’t yet know him, Half-handed Cloud is a prolific songwriter represented by Asthmatic Kitty and Sounds Familyre records. A long-time collaborator with Danielson and Sufjan Stevens, and former Illinoisemaker. He is proficient in resurrecting music formats; not just your limited edition vinyl, but cassettes! analog phones! MDs!

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