Friday 13th July - 8:00 pm
Tickets: Advance £8/ Door £10
Join ENNOR and very special guests for a night of new indie, folk and rock music at The Acorn.
ENNOR are a Cornish folk-rock band whose infectious sound has garnered attention from London to Penzance, as well as the acclaim of BBC Introducing. The poeticism and sincerity of frontman Tom Elliott is propped by the blistering work of the rhythm section.
ENNOR spent the summer of 2017 touring their sunshine sounds across the UK to the likes of Boardmasters, Ronnie Scott’s and The Eden Project, before heading into the studio to record new works ready for 2018 and the turn of the seasons.
Following energetic gigs all over the country and EP launch nights in some of London’s finest venues, ENNOR return to their hometown to present a very special evening showcasing some of Cornwall’s finest up and coming musical talent.
‘Pure, raw and full of energy… like crashing waves’ It’s All Indie
‘Sweet Californwall sound!’ BBC Introducing
‘Forget the beast from the east and turn your attention to the west… guaranteed summer anthem’ London Economic
ENNOR have teamed up with Penzance’s new independent clothing label Sayin Clothing for this special event.
Originally an acoustic duo made up of childhood friends Chris Green and Chris Lane; Green Lane has grown into a four-piece adding Jamie Killen on drums and Adam Hicks on bass. Writing their own original acoustic-based rock music, they are heavily influenced by the likes of Brother and Bones, Pearl Jam, and Mumford and Sons.
Liam Jordan is an Americana singer-songwriter, based in the southwest of England. He started out playing in various folk clubs and bars, honing his craft and learning from his musical mentors on the local scene. His music has been compared to the likes of Frank Turner and Ryan Adams, as well as songwriting legends such as Van Morrison and Bob Dylan.