World renowned ethereal electro-medieval trio Dandelion Wine reinterpret their work, with the help of Yarraville based choir La La Ville and the sublime puppetry of Keira Lyons and Justine Warner.
Dandelion Wine will be reaching back through their extensive back catalogue as well as previewing songs from their forthcoming album "Le Cœur" - in a one-off opportunity to experience their trademark tapestry of medieval instruments and electronic beats, interwoven with the splendour of a choir in the beautiful surrounds of the historic Bluestone Church Arts Space.
Dandelion Wine are:
Naomi Henderson: vocals, flute, sansula, HandSonic, electronics
Nicholas Albanis: guitars, hammered dulcimer, lute, Appalachian dulcimer, bell cittern
Francesca Mountfort: cello, vocals, bowed psaltery
La La Ville choir led by Jennie Swain
Puppetry by Keira Lyons and Justine Warner (as featured in Dandelion Wine's "Unlikely Impossible" video)
“...This band would be the offspring between Dead Can Dance and Massive Attack.” Sideline Magazine (Belgium)
“Far reaching, brave and intelligent whilst at the same time never falling prey to being self indulgent or cheesy” Reflections Of Darkness (Germany)
"A delightful find. Dandelion Wine from Melbourne is the first band I’ve seen that combines electronic beats, synths, guitar and medieval instruments such as an Appalachian Dulcimer. .. One minute they’re experimental, the next they’re rocking the house down." "God Is In The TV (UK)