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Neal Hoffmann (formerly Amphibic) has invited Norwegian Grammy winner William Hut (Poor Rich Ones) to join him at The Harrison, for an evening of acoustic Indie/Folk/Pop offerings. The whole night has a strong Nordic flavour, enhanced further by Of Embla, with her cool sound and jazzy inflections. Neal will be joined by Imogen Burman on cello.
Acoustic Folk Indie night. Neal Hoffmann will be appearing with Imogen Burman on cello. But there will be some other acts as well.
Small outdoors festival in Bergen. Neal Hoffmann will be playing from upcoming releases at 7pm ......
Neal Hoffmann will be playing from upcoming releases on the newly created label. Imogen Burman will provide some silky cello tones and Joe Carter will provide some cool trumpet lines.
Sounds Like: Don McLean, Turin Brakes (Official), Johnny Cash, Snow Patrol, Cardigans
Label: Amphibic Records Ltd
Bio: Neal Hoffmann is going solo, a singer-songwriter with a small orchestra that is. Amphibic is turning into a record label to release Neal's song. American TV took notice and used Neal's song Hungry Man in an episode of Switched at Birth in 2012.
“Half The Universe (is missing) A song of sheer beauty despite the sad subject matter. Indicative of a Scandinavian sound scape, Half The Universe (Is Missing) oozes Norwegian sentiment. From the sensitive vocal and perfectly mixed instrumentation, to the almost typically regional snare drum note and a final 30 seconds that McCartney would be proud of. Amphibic's Half The Universe (Is Missing) could and should be Norway's chart surprise this festive season.”