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Lewes Con Club

March 2 - Steady Habits & Summit of the Big Low

Following a popular appearance on the Hilltop Sessions stage at last year's Elderflower Fields festival, we're delighted to welcome the Americana songbook of Steady Habits to Lewes for their first Hilltop Session. They will be supported by the folktronica sounds of Summit of the Big Low.

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March 2 - Steady Habits & Summit of the Big Low
March 2 - Steady Habits & Summit of the Big Low

Time & Location

02 Mar 2023, 20:00 – 23:00

Lewes Con Club, 139 High St, Lewes BN7 1XS, UK

About the Event

We're thrilled to be welcoming Steady Habits to the Con Club in March. Steady Habits performed on the Hilltop Sessions Woodland stage at Elderflower Fields festival last May and they didn't disappoint.

A flair for alt-country sounds and melodic pop hooks, Steady Habits is centred around the lyrical narrative of Connecticut native, Sean Duggan. Cutting his teeth on tours across Europe and the US, Sean was part of the Folk/Americana duo Loud Mountains, a Clubhouse Records favourite. The bands first release, ‘Hold In Your Breath’, was released in mid-2020, debuting on BBC Introducing, and picking up airplay on Baylen Leonard’s The Front Porch and the Ralph McClaren show. A rumbling confessional blasting out into the open landscape, the EP is contemplative, exploring relationships and coming to grips with the past. Since its release, Steady Habits have moved from strength to strength securing bookings with a line up of impressive festival spots ahead of their next release later this year.

Supporting Steady Habits will be Summit of the Big Low, the creation of Kent-based alternative singer-songwriter Toby Uffindell-Phillips who cut his teeth in the ‘00s with acoustic electronica group Sound Sanctuary and then as frontman of eclectic indie pop band Burning Shapes in the early 2010’s. 

Toby’s intimate and mature acoustic songwriting style forms the backbone of Summit of the Big Low, his new and increasingly popular folktronica project which has won praise from the likes of BBC Introducing’s Abbie McCarthy and Tom Robinson’s Fresh On The Net.

Tickets

  • Steady Habits & Summit OTBL

    £10.00
    +£0.25 service fee

Total

£0.00

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