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Lizzy Hardingham ‘How Did We Get Here?’ Album Tour

Sep 26, 2022

As a folk singer-songwriter Lizzy Hardingham performs songs that dive straight to the heart, giving audiences a chance for genuine connection, empathy and empowerment. Her powerful voice grabs the listener from the very first note and holds on until the last. 2019 (her debut in the folk circuit) saw her storm the UK folk club and festival scene, including Cambridge Folk Festival, while in 2020 she started to  captivate online audiences, ‘Live to your Living Room’.

During 2021 Lizzy worked closely with the English Folk Expo and Michael Hughes, focusing on “firmly nailing her place as one of the rising stars of the folk scene” (Kimpton folk Festival). In short Lizzy gives “a dazzling combination of voice and songwriting talent that rarely appears” (Celtic Music Radio).

Her hard wok has paid off and she is now ready to release her brand new studio album How Did We Get Here?  – which explores the relationship between music and mental health.

This Help Musicians UK funded album combines eight deftly crafted songs (recorded at Sheffield’s Yellow Arch Studios) and thought-provoking audio clips from interviews with musicians, mental health charities, music therapists and music professionals. Together with accomplished producer Tom Wright, Lizzy has created a compelling conversation between interviews with musicians like Nancy Kerr, Julie Matthews and Blair Dunlop and exquisitely vulnerable music featuring the likes of Lukas Drinkwater and Katriona Gilmore.

“A truly passionate and important voice.” BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Musicians on each video

Creativity – Lukas Drinkwater, Julie Matthews, Luke Jackson
Touring – Tom Ryder, Blair Dunlop, Luke Jackson, Ruth Lyon, Noel Dashwood
Nature – Nancy Kerr, Katy Rose Bennett, Lukas Drinkwater, Luke Jackson, Julie Matthews
Togetherness – Tom Ryder, Luke Jackson, Julie Matthews, Ruth Lyon
Technology – Noel Dashwood, Blair Dunlop, Lukas Drinkwater, Nancy Ker

The release of this album on 19th Oct 2022 will be accompanied by a national tour of at the following venues:

1st Oct The Shed  Gloucester
2nd Oct The Stables  Milton Keynes
6th Oct Taunton Brewhouse
9th Oct The Canteen Bristol
12th Oct The Brunswick  Brighton
13th Oct Rosslyn Court  Margate
14th Oct Royston Live
17th Oct Live To Your Living Room
19th Oct Slaughtered Lamb  London
21st Oct Guildhall  Leicester
26th Oct Welwyn Garden City Library (Mental Health Awareness Concert)
27th Oct Uxbridge Folk Club
28th Oct Hunter Club  Bury St Edmunds
3rd Nov B-Bar Plymouth
4th Nov Ventnor Arts Isle of Wight
10th Nov Garden Rooms Watford

“One of the strongest voices on our scene today”  Sheffield Live Radio James Fagan/Thank Goodness It’s Folk

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