Scarlet buds at my window showed up unannounced. Soon enough Nick Loss-Eaton will be here too. Fresh off a winter tour and album in the works, Leland Sundries rides north from Brooklyn to play a set of original tunes.
This being his Portsmouth debut, he's likely new to you, but his industry associations and critical acclaim speak clearly in favor of listening close. Also, he's my friend.
“[The] narratives of bus rides, trains and bars, windmills, roast beef sandwiches and Russian overcoats are penned with a novelist’s eye for detail and delivered in a wry New York baritone.” – No Depression
“What Lou Reed would sound like if he was asked to front Tom Waits’ Mule Variations band… Highly recommended to fans of Leonard Cohen.” – My Old Kentucky Blog
On the outskirts of Goodwin Park, not far from Kilim.
For precise location, please RSVP.