Local lads Shelter Point set to play The Bodega next week
Although born in Coventry, local lads Robin Hearn and Liam Arnold began their musical journey right here in Nottingham. With their style set and a healthy back catalogue to choose from, they’re treating the locals to a very special gig at The Bodega for a night of silky basslines and transcending vocals.
Fresh from their latest release just a week ago ‘Glass Into Gold / Pale’, big things are expected from the duo. Shelter Point are no stranger to performing to home crowds; just last Summer saw their debut at sophomore festival No Tomorrow, as well as having supported Low Leaf just 2 months ago at Rescue Rooms. Taking their live performance to the world-renowned Bodega stage, it’s a definite leap from their comfort zone of performing at more electronic-focused venues such as Stealth.
Rumour has it, this headline gig at will include brand new tracks exclusively for those lucky enough to bag a ticket. If you’re struggling to piece together in your mind Shelter Point’s sound, I’d strongly advise you to take a peek below and absorb one of their stand out tracks, ‘Serenity’. This mysterious, verging on haunting tune transports you into the weird and wonderful world of vocalist Liam, who in an interview stated that before Shelter Point was born, would tend to write quite dark and sad songs. Yet, instead of falling into the depressing Radiohead trap, Robin compliments Liam’s voice beautifully with soft, supernatural electronic beats to allow these guys the freedom of playing to any audience at any venue.
You can get tickets for just £5 here.