Durban trio, The Subway Run, will be performing heartfelt compositions at The Still Sessions, Distillery031, 1st Floor The Foundry, 43 Station Drive, Durban at 6.30 pm on Thursday, March 3.
The Subway Run consists of Freddy Lalendle on lead vocals, Bradley Downs on guitar and slides and Celene Adams on vocals and percussion. The trio met at an open mic evening, started jamming together and had an instant click.
Their sound is a combination of soul, blues, indie rock and a touch of folk. The focus of the band is on creating heartfelt compositions. The hurt and pain, but also the happy times that they went through individually has made their passion for music very strong. This approach ensures they relate to their own music and audiences throughout the world will.
They draw their inspiration from artists such as Ben Howard, Matt Corby, Louis Armstrong, Sons of the East and Mumford and Sons.
The Subway Run is currently in the process of releasing their first EP, and have already had prestigious performances at the Durban Street Food Festival and Botanical Gardens.
Tickets are R70 and are available at http://www.webtickets.co.za and at Pick ‘n Pay
The Still Sessions is a new monthly music and dining experience brought to you by Distillery031 and iSupport Music Business.
Distillery031 is Durban’s first craft distillery and home to an intimate cocktail bar and dining area. British-trained chefs Jordan and Net Semple server gourmet street food prepared with locally sourced ingredients to accompany the distillery’s range of signature cocktails.
D031 distills fine spirits in small batches using all natural ingredients. Their range includes vodka, gin, rum, cachaca and absinthe.