Brudenell Presents...

Sunflower Thieves & Marnie Glum

Co-Headline Show

Sunflower Thieves - 

Sunflower Thieves are childhood friends, Amy and Lily: a self-produced sisterhood, nurturing a unique sound, through ethereal vocals harmonies and storytelling lyrics. The band’s debut EP, Someone To Be There For’, was met with huge support from Radio 1’s Sian Eleri, 6Music’s Steve Lamacq and revered tastemaker, Tom Robinson. They have previously played shows with the likes of Flyte, Say She She, Haley Blais, Nell Mescal and Lewis Watson, been longlisted for Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition and named ‘Ones To Watch’ by PRS. With the promise of much anticipated new music across this year, Sunflower Thieves are exciting ones to watch as they continue creating their own brand of warm alt-indie tracks.

Marnie Glum - 

Marnie Glum is the pseudonym of York-born musician Charlotte Lynch, who was raised by the York folk and open mic scene. While Lynch has gradually dipped her toe into releasing recorded music, she plunged headfirst into live performance, and has cultivated a dedicated fanbase through her captivating live set.

Inspired by the likes of Madison Cunningham, Big Thief and Fiona Apple, Lynch continually stretches and evolves her sound as she hones her craft and takes influence from a wide variety of sources.

While she does not shy away from experimentation, folk remains at the heart of Lynch’s sound, bolstered by meticulous lyrics woven into intricate guitar arrangements. Despite her scrupulous, delicate method of songwriting, a sense of calm ease is felt and maintained across her work.

Marnie Glum’s eagerly anticipated debut EP, recorded in Norway with producer Vegar Nesfossen-Dreier, will be released this Autumn.

“A perfect voice... performed with a warm confidence, and a nice lazy, comfortable and smooth flow” - Old Man Blues

"She tells kitchen sink dramas and heartfelt soap opera tales with her infectious tunes” - With Just A Hint of Mayhem

“A masterclass in songwriting” - Katie Spencer

Have a listen…

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