Libersea’s first live performance of their debut EP ‘Can You Hear Me?’
Libersea is a new international collaboration between Caitlin Laing-McEvoy (Manchester, UK) and Ditte Elly Goard (Aarhus, Denmark). With folk and classical underpinning electronic sounds, their debut EP ‘Can You Hear Me?’ is a vast and unpredictable sound world that explores the two-sided consequences of our technology-saturated lives.
Caitlin Laing-McEvoy is a multi-instrumentalist and writer who has worked in an array of settings, including alternative duo Oystercatcher and afro-funk 11 piece Agbeko. She is about to release her first tracks as a solo artist. Ditte Elly Goard is a musician and visual artist who works collaboratively through her project Musikeum, as well as producing electronic music as Knight Knight.
On 30th September they head to SOUP (formerly Soup Kitchen) for their first live performance since they began collaborating online in December 2020.
£6 advance (via DICE) / £8 on the door
All tickets include a free copy of a special-edition zine created by Libersea.
For everybody’s safety, please do your best to take a Lateral Flow Test the day before or on the day of the performance. Tests can be picked up at your local pharmacy or ordered for free on the GOV.UK website. Masks will not be obligatory, but you’re welcome to wear one.
A co-commission with Library Live, Manchester as part of our gender equality programme Both Sides Now. This project is made possible by the National Lottery via Arts Council England. With thanks to our funders Help Musicians UK, PRS Foundation, Manchester City Council and GMCA.