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IVW: Joe Probert + Support

IVW: Joe Probert + Support

31 January 2020
Doors Open @ 21:00

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Mr. Wolfs
32 St Nicholas Street

••• Joe Probert •••

Joe Probert and friends coming to mr wolfs for one night only...

•• James Humphrys •• James Humphrys is a 23-year-old songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist predominantly based in Bristol. His debut 5-track EP, ‘Sun Mantra’, released in March 2017, receiving numerous radio plays including BBC Introducing in the West and Eagle Radio and with tracks added to Spotify’s ‘Fresh Finds: Six Strings playlist’, James has since been prolifically gigging in Bristol and beyond. Following the success of his next single, ‘The River’, recorded and released from his bedroom in March 2018, James sold out his first headline show at The Crofters Rights, Bristol in June 2018. His most recent single, ‘I’m Not Your Man’ was added to Spotify’s ‘New Music Friday UK’ and ‘Hot New Bands’ playlists. Shortly after returning from his first cruise-ship contract at sea, James and his band were BBC Upload’s House Band of the Week with Adam Crowther. Taking influence from bands such as Foals, Parcels and Real Estate, James’s sound is a unique concoction of funk-filled dream pop, his tropical dream sandwich as he calls it. James has played venues ranging from the Royal Albert Hall to Thekla, supporting bands including San Cisco, Shortstraw, Cassia and New Carnival. In addition to multiple sets with Sofar Sounds, London, James has also joined the lineup at several festivals including Glastonbury, 2000 Trees Festival, Bristol Harbour Side Festival and Dot to Dot Festival.

2019 hopes to see James continuing to expand his reach, gigging further afield, with plans to release an EP after his return from the high seas in September. Whether performing with his five-piece band or playing stripped back sets with his acoustic guitar, catch James at a venue near you with his cheeky grin, the occasional leg flourish and a fair amount of mostly-bashful bopping.