Experimental indie-folk singer-songwriter Joshua Burnside launches his debut album, Ephrata at the Duke of York on April 30 as part of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival.
Ephrata is due to come out on May 5 through Quiet Arch Records - home also of Ciaran Lavery, Ryan Vail & Tucan - and was written allegedly during a creative spurt in Colombia. His only prior EP, If You're Goin' That Way was released in 2013. Check out the first single from Ephrata, 'Tunnels Pt. 1'.
Support comes from the world-conquering as of late cellist & songstress Alana Henderson.
Tickets are available from CQAF, priced at £8. Doors open at 7.45pm.