Amy Duncan

The Finsbury

Amy Duncan + support


Free Entry

Doors - 7:30pm

Tues 9 April 2019

+ Jess Bryant

+ Mock Deer

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“Spacey, introspective, contemplative, acoustic pop with touches of Jazz and of classical minimalism” fRoots

Amy Duncan writes intimate songs, combining layered vocals with acoustic guitar loops and electronics, creating a dreamy folk-pop sound.

Her debut album ‘Pilgrimage’ (2006) was released on US label Plain Recordings after they discovered her on MySpace.

Through Creative Scotland funding Amy worked with renowned producer Calum Malcolm (The Blue Nile) on 3 albums, with ‘Cycles of Life’ (2013) being released on Linn Records. ‘Undercurrents’ and ‘Antidote’ are released on Amy’s own label Filly Records with distribution through Proper Music.

“Duncan’s voice is heavenly” Maverick Magazine



Jess Bryant

Remarkable in its singularity, following a unique path – God Is In The TV Zine.



“Everything hangs on the voice .. And what a voice it is!” – Real Gone

“Gorgeous. This guy creates real atmosphere and depth within his songs.” – London Gig Guide

Mock Deer (Ricky Damiani) is a singer and songwriter based in London.

A self-taught musician with a unique playing and writing style, he has spent the majority of his life in the North of England and has re-immersed himself in the capital’s Alt-folk scene over recent years, playing shows for many of the best local promoters as well as touring both in the UK, Europe and Canada.

As well as writing original music for theatre and television he has released two EPs, ‘Cold and Bright’ and more recently ‘How We Used to Live’ released in July 2015. His renewed involvement in the live music scene has seen him play shows supporting great acts such as The Burning Hell (Can), Rainbrother (DK), Sam Brookes (UK) and Kristin McClement (UK) as well as appearing at several UK festivals, including numorous performances at Festival N6, Wilderness Festival, Ramsbottom Festival, The End & Uncivilization Festival

He is currently recording an album with producer Scott Fitzgerald and collaborating with many friends he’s met on the way, The Album promises to be something special and is set for release in late spring 2019. Between the recording schedule he’ll be playing shows and festivals in the Uk/Europe throughout the year