Award-winning band iamthemorning return to the UK for headline show at Bush Hall

Having picked up the Album Of The Year award at the Progressive Music Awards for their 2016 album ‘Lighthouse’, St Petersburg band iamthemorning return to London for a headline show at Bush Hall on November 14th 2016.

Price – £15.00 Adv

Doors – 7:00pm

Singer Marjana Semkina and pianist Gleb Kolyadin will be joined by their 5 piece band, with Tim Bowness (No-Man) opening the evening. Bowness will also join iamthemorning for a selection of songs.

iamthemorning was formed in 2010 in St Petersburg, Russia.  ‘Lighthouse’ is the follow up to the band’s 2014 album ‘Belighted’ and features guests Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson), Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree) & Mariusz Duda (Riverside, Lunatic Soul). Musically ‘Lighthouse’ is a rich and eclectic album, with echoes of classical music, the Canterbury scene, northern folk, jazz and electronic sounds.

Released in April 2016 by Kscope Records ‘Lighthouse’ is a story of the progression of mental illness and the stages that the central character goes through.

“This album is dedicated to the subject of mental illness and we’d like to pass on the message to all the lost souls out there; you are not alone, ever” Lighthouse sleeve-notes.

Marjana recently spoke with BBC Newshour about the inspiration for the album, winning the Album Of The Year award, music as a healer for mental depression,  writing and singing in English

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