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MONEY join Frightened Rabbit in London

MONEY are heading back to London following their sold-out February show at Village Underground.

The Manchester band, who recently released their second album ‘Suicide Songs’, are supporting  Frightened Rabbit at St John at Hackney on 14 April, before playing headline shows in Sheffield and Manchester.

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MONEY: I pray you’re never empty

MONEY | Village Underground | 22 February 2016

Jamie Lee steps onto the stage, alone. Admitting MONEY have had a rough time of it, he sincerely thanks those people who’ve helped him through before dedicating a song to one in particular. A piece of fragile beauty, performed solo on an acoustic guitar, it’s so new there’s not even a title yet.

It’s a ballsy way to open a gig, but immediately bonds performer and punter, with the created intimacy unaffected by the full band’s arrival. Complemented by a cellist and violinist, they sensitively fill out Lee’s heartfelt take on the equally delicate, equally haunting ‘You Look Like a Sad Painting on Both Sides of the Sky’.

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