Friday, October 14, 2011 - 09:00

Electro-folk band The Horn The Hunt will be playing the Eden Café on Friday October 21.

The band, who come from Leeds, started writing and recording songs while living in Norway in early 2008. They then spent the next three years travelling throughout Europe taking inspiration from everything from the frozen tundra of Greenland to the canyon dwellings of Spain.

Influenced by artists as varied as Kate Bush and Rammstein, The Horn The Hunt combine futuristic sounds and contemporary beats with songs reminiscent of old folk stories to create something magical.

Dan Ball, Eden Café Manager, said: “The Horn The Hunt create beautiful songs that will sound great in the Eden Café. Along with plenty of tasty local food and drink, it looks set to be a great night.”

The gig takes place from 8pm until midnight. Tickets are available from the café beforehand for a concessionary rate of £2.50 and on the door at full price at £3.

There will be a selection of local beverages, along with bread and dips and Provencal ragout, which are available until 9:30pm.

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