It’s the first of July. The British summer time has truly grabbed a hold. In the middle of the unexpected heatwave, the intimate Ramsgate Music Hall is hot. Very hot. The sweaty atmosphere isn’t about to dampen anyone’s spirits, though, especially as tonight’s sell out crowd are in the presence of a true cult legend. This is Kristin Hersh’s second appearance at Music Hall – the first being forty eight hours earlier – and it’s the last night of her successful UK tour. Everyone’s up for it.
Kristin Hersh is set to release her highly anticipated new long player ‘Possible Dust Clouds’ later in 2018.
Before the album release, she has previewed a second new track, ‘Breathe In’.
Legendary singer-songwriter Kristin Hersh is about to embark on a UK tour. The Throwing Muses founder will visit various towns and cities throughout the second half of June 2018 as part of the promotion for her upcoming album ‘Possible Dust Clouds’, scheduled for release later in the year.
There are no two ways about it, Kristin Hersh is a legend. From the earliest days of Throwing Muses, through her varied and lengthy solo career, the singer-songwriter has released some very interesting work. Not all of it of a gold standard, of course – some inconsistency can be expected from a career spanning across decades – but when she’s good, she’s on fire. Such is the case with this sixth release from 50FootWave, comprising six absolute belting slices of alt-rock, all wrapped in a noisy blanket and offset by Hersh’s by now husky tones