Leigh Folk Festival | Diamond Family Archive
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Diamond Family Archive


…haunting, fragile, sublime lo-fi melancholia, atmospheric, lazy grace…some of the words used to describe The Diamond Family Archive. Strange and tender songs; personal and pastoral themes; mixed with sleepy-eyed awe creating intense, spectral folk with a distinctly British sound.

The Diamond Family Archive craft a mesmeric live-show from drums and acoustic guitars, lots of FX pedals, keyboards set to drone, tape delay, loops and bellows, bows, toys and broken cymbals. All coming together to create music which holds echoes of post-rock, traditional folk, spiritual soul music, psychedelic rock and lo-fi.

Foot-stomping, finger-picking, hollering, feedback howls vs pin-drop hush – fragile, lazy grace.

Where to find them

Fishermen’s Chapel: Friday 24
Clarendon Scout Hut: Saturday June 25

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