Doors - 19:00 // Price - £25.00 adv.
Tickets - www.ba-concerts.com
Iamthemorning - https://youtu.be/fdXb2SezK8E
After their past sold-out appearance, Iamthemorning is returning to London for a wonderful evening at a very special location: St Pancras Old Church.
Following the success of IAMTHEMORNING's two studio albums for Kscope – Belighted, the award winning Lighthouse and their most recent live studio film Ocean Sounds, the Russian duo, comprising of virtuoso classical pianist Gleb Kolyadin and charismatic vocalist Marjana Semkina released their last album The Bell last year.
Their dedication to writing forward-thinking and thought-provoking music sees the duo create a new album of impressive depth and playability. A modern blend of rock, classical and folk, The Bell makes use of 19th Century song cycles – a style established by Schubert – that cohesively tells 10 individual stories.
Vocalist Marjana Semkina explains in more detail "The Bell is divided into two parts but each song is a story in its own right, all of them are fuelled by human cruelty and pain caused by it. Cruelty is the central theme of the album - together with all the different ways we respond to it and cope with it. This album is multi-layered and is, in many ways, a journey inwards, taking us inside of a mind of a person suffering from abuse or neglect or open hostility of the society or a specific person.
"Aesthetically, the album is based on themes taken from Victorian England's art and culture, but more in a way of turning our attention to the fact that at its core, humankind isn't making much progress in terms of emotional maturity."
The Bell was recorded in March 2019 across Russia, the UK and Canada in several studios: Mosfilm in Moscow; Lendoc and Red Wave in St Petersburg; Noatune in London; The Studio at Sunbeams, Penrith; and Union Sound Company in Toronto.
General Admission: GBP 25.0
Venue Name: St Pancras Old Church