Gazelle Twin’s critically-acclaimed Pastoral album is an intense exploration of a divided England, taking a look behind the picture postcard image of our countryside.
In the video for Pastoral track, Glory, Gazelle Twin’s monstrous jester character stalks the woodland landscape around the Epping Forest pollards, a knight falls to the ground screaming. This is bold new folk music rendered with drum machines and synths, and a visceral exploration of the state of Britain today.
Gazelle Twin will come to Mirth Marvel & Maud with support from prolific Waltham Forest resident and experimental musician Helm, AKA Luke Younger.
Pastoral is part of The People's Forest season - a series of events exploring our relationship with Epping Forest, interrogating the deep bond we have with forests and woodland, and how this relationship is culturally determined.