Slow Club have undergone numerous evolutions over their ten-year career. The pair’s cutesy debut, 2009’s Yeah So, excelled amid the British indie-folk revolution of the late-2000s with its honest lyrics and simple instrumentation peppered with close harmonies. This success continued two years later when they returned with the grander, darker hits of Paradise, having developed a suitably fuller sound to accompany its emotionally complex songwriting. It was a newly mature approach that the duo explored further with their soulful third release, Complete Surrender, to great acclaim.
This year, they’re back with their most ambitious and sophisticated work yet, One Day All This Won’t Matter Anymore, proving their experience in each accomplished track. Slow Club’s latest evolution is one to be witnessed in person as the Sheffield natives return for their annual Christmas tour – and luckily, they’re stopping off for a visit to York’s The Crescent on December 14th to celebrate with us.
Buy tickets for the show here.By Beth Prior