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Haley Bonar: Don’t I remind you of somebody somewhere subtle?

Haley Bonar | MOTH Club | 28 October 2016

Haley Bonar ends her MOTH Club show with a synth-laden rendition of The Crystals’ ‘Then He Kissed Me’. It’s a bonafide classic, written and produced by Phil Spector at the height of his creative powers. And yet she makes it entirely her own, the 50-year-old song sitting comfortably alongside Bonar’s own brand-new compositions.

That’s all down to her singular voice and the timeless quality of her songwriting, both of which are on full display tonight. Throughout a set that focuses heavily on her latest album, ‘Impossible Dream’, she delivers fresh, vibrant songs that feel retro but not dated, nostalgic but not pastiched.

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Haley Bonar sharing her ‘Impossible Dream’

Haley Bonar is bringing her new album, ‘Impossible Dream’, to the UK.

The singer-songwriter from Minnesota kicks off her tour in Brighton on 21 October and reaches London’s Moth Club on the 27th.

Tickets are available now.

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