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Slow Leaves

Malt Cross, 16 St James's Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 6FG
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Sunday 28th January | 2024 | 7pm
Malt Cross
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Slow Leaves is a self-contained solo project with Davidson curating every aspect of the music and its presentation, including being the multi-instrumentalist, producer, cover art designer, photographer, and video director.

He views the totality of these various aspects as being essential parts of a larger project of self-understanding through artistic methods. His folk and psych-rock stylings recall older songwriters like Mickey Newbury, Nick Drake, Gene Clark, and Neil Young. But they also live in the world of modern classic writers like Andy Shauf, Bonny "Prince" Billy, Bedouine, and Bill Callahan. His voice has been compared to Roy Orbison or Bryan Ferry.

Davidson began playing guitar at age 15, inspired after discovering a Led Zeppelin II cassette tape in his older brother's room. It was a finger-picked guitar however that would eventually form the heart of his songs. After three shoe-string budget albums under his own name, Davidson debuted as Slow Leaves in 2014 with Beauty Is So Common, followed by Enough About Me (2017), Shelf Life (2020), and Holiday (2021). Meantime comes out on Birthday Cake and Make My Day Records on June 30, 2023.

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