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CBTR Album To Be Performed Live
Christian Eede , December 14th, 2015 17:20

Caught By The River's first album release on Rivertones label documenting 'sound of British summertime as heard by a bee' to be performed live in Nottingham in February

Last month we brought you news of the first album release on Caught By The River’s Rivertones label. Be’s One is a collaboration between musicians Kev Bales and Tony Foster and features the talents of Jason Pierce, Youth, cellist Deidre Bencsik, vocalist Camille Buttress an the Amiina string section. The four-track album “imagines the sound of British summertime as heard by one of the most important members of the animal kingdom - the bee” and it will be performed live for the first time at Nottingham Arts Theatre in February.

Across two shows in Nottingham, the album will be recreated in full 7.2 sound in an installation specially created for the stage by artist Wolfgang Buttress, who is responsible for British Pavilion which Be’s album soundtracks, alongside Squint Opera and Hoare Lea. The shows take place on February 18 and 19. You can find out more information and get tickets as well as a handy link to pre-order the album here. You can listen to an excerpt from the album below.

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