Tindersticks have made a career out of sidestepping convention. Now the indie ensemble that bestrode the millennium with its dark, majestic sound heads off in another direction, performing new album The Waiting Room to a backdrop of short films specially commissioned from international filmmakers.
Once again, Tindersticks are subverting convention: instead of writing the music to accompany existing films, the films have been made to accompany the new music. The Tindersticks sound has always had a cinematic quality, with crooning vocals and intricate guitars conjuring up images and narratives; now the imagery takes shape on stage, exploding each song vividly into life.
- Sun 8 May, 8.30pm
- £15, £18.50, £20
Festival Standby £10
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- Presented with Music Beyond Mainstream
Brighton Festival music supported by Rampion Offshore Wind