The Mourning Suns

Rank #4 UK Birmingham, UK Folk / psychedelic / Alternative Rock


Bio: Sixties psychedelic folk/rock influenced, 5 piece Birmingham Band with close male and female harmonies, devoted guitars and a beating heart.

The Mourning Suns track, Metal Horses received attention from BBC 6’s Tom Robinson “I fell in love with this from bar one - with its arresting vocal, bizar... See Full Bio

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    May 3

    Birmingham, UK | 8:00pm

    Birmingham, UK
    Sat May 03 8:00pm


    Join us for the third outing of Nocturne at ORT. We have a lovely line up featuring acts from Birmingham and London. Patch and the Giant An an enigmatic indie-folk band featuring an intriguing mélange of instruments including violin, flugelhorn, accordion and mandolin. ‘Tucked somewhere between the music of Balkan enthusiasts Beirut and the rustic elegance of modern DIY folk' (Folk Radio UK) The Mourning Suns Sixties psychedelic folk/rock influenced, 5 piece Birmingham band with close male and female harmonies, devoted guitars and a beating heart. Nick Edward Harris 'Inspired by musicians Andy McKee, John Smith and Paul Curreri, Nick Edward Harris combines delicate finger-picking and percussive guitar playing with distinctive lyrical storytelling.' (Folie a Deux) Nocturne is presented by Nocturne Records, Urban Fox and Boat To Row £5 entry

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  • Aimee George (Artist) Aimee George
    Great work guys. Love your ambient, hypnotic and pshychedlic sound X
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Q: Hi Suns. I’d like to talk with you about playing one of our live events that we run in Moseley, Birmingham. Could you send an email to info@bohemianjukebox.com so we can chat about possibilities?
A: Hey, thanks for the interest. We have sent you an email! Cheers, Ant and Rosie The Mourning Suns

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