Twice nominated for Mercury Music Prizes (once as part of Portico Quartet
and once in his own right) Nick Mulvey
is a critically-acclaimed treat for the ears and a heart-warming tonic for the soul.
Earlier this year his album ‘Wake up Now’ achieved a 4/5 star review in The Times
“He has returned with an album that aligns the jolly, vibrant world-music style of Paul Simon’s Graceland with some weighty philosophical and spiritual concerns.”
His forthcoming show at De La Warr Pavillion
(which follows a great appearance on ‘Later…with Jools Holland’)
isn’t going to blow the dust from the rafters.
But it will offer up a chance to immerse yourself in thoughtful lyrics, considered meaning, and consummate musicianship.
This is grown up entertainment – but it doesn’t come with an age restriction. Far from it, this is timeless and priceless music that deserves rapt attention.
If Nick’s not be on your radar right now that’s maybe because he’s one of those artists who quietly gets on with his career oblivious to how the world around perceives him.
Instead he focuses on observing that world and writing songs that reflect what he sees and what he feels.
Here’s one of his recent releases, Unconditional
Don’t miss this chance to hear beautiful music played with passion and skill.