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The Antlers & Okkervil River in Leeds

The Antlers & Okkervil River
Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Sunday 27th October 2024, £25.00
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The Antlers

The Antlers is both a band and the longtime musical moniker of Peter Silberman.

In 2021 The Antlers released their first album in seven years Green to Gold, a bucolic record which Pitchfork described as a post-rock orchestra playing around a campfire... the sound of hard-won peace of mind, rendered in the lightest brush strokes.

The release was followed by the Losing Light EP, a reimagining of four tracks from Green to Gold. Silberman also co-produced Wild Pinks 2022 album ILYSM, marking his first foray into producing a record for another artist outside of the context of The Antlers or his solo work.

Over the course of 2023, The Antlers released a series of stand-alone singles Need Nothing, Tide, Rains, and I Was Not There. Along with a reworking of Ahimsa from Silbermans 2017 solo album Impermanence.

Silbermans most recent project Cowboy Sadness - a collaboration between David Moore (Bing & Ruth) and Nicholas Principe (Port St Willow) - released their debut album Selected Jambient Works, Vol. 1 in January of 2024.

Okkervil River

Over the course of his career, Will Sheff has released ten albums that have given the front man of esteemed indie rock band Okkervil River a reputation as one of the greatest working songwriters in the country. As Sheff and his shifting lineup of players have traveled the world many times over, theyve made fans ranging from Lou Reed to Barack Obama. Praised as One of indie rocks most ambitious thinkers (Pitchfork), Sheff released his debut solo album Nothing Special in 2022 to critical acclaim from The New Yorker, NPR, Uncut, Pitchfork and morewith The New York Times saying it Harnesses both the glow of poetry and the gravity of hymns.

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