Icelandic singer songwriter Hafdis Huld headlines the latest Doghouse next Thursday (Oct 30) at Arden Road Social Club..
Her last visit was in Spring when she promoted her first album for four years.
Home was written and recorded entirely in her picturesque wooden house in the mountains outside Reykjavik.
It is a beautifully stripped back production with a simplicity and directness that showcases Hafdis’s pure and assured vocals to perfection. There is limited capacity so the sooner you book your tickets the better. They are £6 in advance and £7 on the night.Low income £3 and JSA free. The gig, which also stars Gareth Scott, lasts from 8pm to 10.30pm.
Two nights later Leeds five-piece Dancing Years, who have recently picked-up support from the likes of Steve Lamacq and Amazing Radio, take to the Arden Road stage for a second Doghouse event of the week.
Dancing Years got their first European tour under their belts with Australia’s Boy & Bear in March and toured the UK tour with George Ezra in June.Saturday night’s gig (Nov 1) starts at 8pm and goes on until late. They are joined by Fold, From The Hills and Leading Lights. Tickets £7, £6 in advance and for frequent doggers. JSA free/low income £4.
More details from www.doghouseuk.com.