Carol Hodge brings solo show to Out to Lunch

Carol Hodge in action. Picture by Chris Hill
Carol Hodge in action. Picture by Chris Hill

COMING to Belfast's Out to Lunch Festival next week, Carol Hodge is a seven-fingered, piano-pounding, Yorkshire-dwelling singer songwriter.

When she's not busy singing for the reformed anarcho punk pioneers Crass or playing keys with Steve Ignorant's Slice of Life and for the likes of Ginger Wildheart, The Membranes and Ryan Hamilton, the in-demand pianist is a solo artist in her own right: her third album The Crippling Space Between was released in 2021 on her own Midnight Stamp label, with its lead single Moan Of A Thousand Years named Track Of The Week by readers of Classic Rock.

Described as 'Regina Spektor meets Billy Bragg, but with fewer digits and a continuous existential crisis, sandwiched between bitter irony and relentless optimism', Hodge will bring her ivory tinkling solo show to The Black Box on Thursday January 19.

:: Tickets on sale now via cqaf.com