Hatfield House, Herts, Sunday 14 July 2019

Harri Endersby

Harri Endersby on the Acorn Stage at Folk by the Oak 2018.jpg

Since the release of her debut EP, Ivy Crown, Harri Enderby has carved a unique place in the contemporary folk scene, with her love of Icelandic elecro-folk and the influence of more traditional music from her upbringing in the North East, creating a musical experience that is as enthralling as it is unusual.

With her debut album Homes/Lives, Harri presents a transition in style, beginning with acoustic, stripped-back tracks whilst gradually introducing electronic instrumentation and beats as the album progresses. Lyrically she explores thoughts of belonging and the tension between the desire to roam and the need for home, taking us on a thought provoking journey that was perfect for an early afternoon set on the Acorn Stage.

Musically brilliant storytelling song-writing at its finest is what Endersby and her group deal in

- The Bubble Magazine -

A joy to witness live

- nevolume.co.uk -

Harry Endersby - Laughter Lines