New Moon - A Night of New Music
DiElle Trio + Benjamin David + Lea G + Elle Seline + Laurence Henderson
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
A night of new music and discovery. Singer-songwriters, bands, poets, performance artists...
Founded in January 2017, New Moon offers music fans the chance to see the best up-and-coming acts from the UK, Europe, and often from around the globe.
Only £2.50 entry. Food served until 10pm. Doors open 7:30pm. Free Camden Town Beer for the first 24 customers.
If you would like to perform at a future New Moon please apply via email@example.com
Inspired by Crosby, Stills & Nash, The Hollies, Bob Dylan and more.
Original tunes and classic covers from John Gleadall, Chris Wood and DiElle. "Harmonies that leave you breathless" Bill Kenny
With a strong bond of friendship and host of funny stories, this group will entertain those who have a love of the golden era of pop
Don't miss this spectacular live show, crammed with laughs, larks and songs from the greats! "If you get a chance to see them, go!" Ben @YourFareham
Benjamin David is a 25-year-old singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from London, UK. He draws upon such diverse influences as Prince, David Bowie, Kendrick Lamar and Gojira.
David was a quiet kid who used to pace around the garden inventing fantasy worlds and characters. He started writing songs at age 11, developing a story-telling lyric style. At 16 he attended the Brit School where he discovered a love for genre-mashing and began crafting his stage persona, a mysterious narrator who would tell the stories of the characters in his songs.
His soon-to-be-released debut album is a collaboration with Grammy Award-winning producer Kipper. David, following the death of his father and amidst global political changes, tries to capture a snapshot of what it means to be young in a world full of uncertainty. The record encapsulates David’s ‘hard soul’ live sound, a sound he came up with when he accidentally blasted D’Angelo and Rage Against The Machine at the same time over two different sound systems.
Born and raised in the Austrian mountains, Lea G first fell in love with music aged 6 singing in her school choir. Spending a year in England at 16 as an exchange student cemented her love for music and made her discover her passion for performing and co-writing. She later released her debut single "Tired of Your Talking" which got her numerous major radio plays in her home country as well as a position on the top 40 of the Austrian iTunes charts. Her follow up track "Future", a song to support the student climate movement Fridays For Future, gained great momentum which resulted in her performing in front of 30 thousand people at the climate march in Vienna, as well as many more performances around Europe as part of the movement. In August 2019, Lea moved to London to pursue music full time and attend a course in Songwriting and A&R at the Notting Hill Academy of Music. Since then the 20 year old has played over 30 shows in venues across the city and collaborating with countless up and coming talent such as pop producer Brookfield. Lea G ́s songs are best characterised by their bold, yet relatable messages conveyed through catchy hooks and nostalgic melodies with influences ranging from Ed Sheeran and Sigrid to Florence and The Machine. 2021 marks the release of her debut EP "YOU(TH)" featuring 4 songs talking about growing up, moving to the UK and falling in love. Her most recent single MIDYOUTH CRISIS was BBC Introducing ́s track of the day, and within the first month upon release, has amassed over 10 000 streams, over 30 commercial radio plays in the UK and Austria as well as more than 3500 monthly listeners on Spotify.
Elle Seline is a pop songwriter and mental health advocate currently based in Surrey. She is an ambassador for the national charity Bullies out and the founder and ceo of the online positive platform Change Your Stars. She has performed at festivals as diverse as Always The Sun and London Pride, while gaining airplay on radio and national television with BBC Iplayer and ITV. Elle has attracted praise from the national and international music press. She studied for a BA (Hons) In Vocal performance in Guildford Surrey, and constantly strives to spread empowering and positive messages through an eclectic and expanding catalogue of lovingly crafted songs. Elle’s latest song features the talented Nabsora on lead vocals, the song is called Queen and is about women empowerment. In February 2020 Elle competed in the finals of Ms Great Britain where she was awarded 3rd place in the Ms Publicity category, she is a finalist again this year and is aiming to compete in all three rounds with no makeup on to promote a realistic beauty standard. Elle plans to begin releasing music again this year with a more edgy and raw approach than before.
Laurence Henderson is an British blues-rock and country inspired singer-songwriter and guitarist, currently based on the South Coast of England. Henderson has writing credits on countless songs alongside his session and corporate work. As the son of an orchestral conductor and violinist, Laurence has a unique blend of classical meets american styles of music. Drawing on the expressiveness of blues & country with sprinklings of dramatic classical harmony. In 2008 Laurence started performing live fronting a 3 piece band with drummer Charlie Gray and keys player Dan Ings. More recently Laurence has found himself contributing to works by artists such as Milly Thimaras, gaining several BBC radio slots alongside other mainstream stations.