april, 2022

15apr7:00 pm11:00 pmYucatan + Sonder MindsRare live show from spellbinding Welsh legends FFO Sigur Ros, Radiohead and Mogwai

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Irish Times: ”Music as beautiful as this doesn’t need words.”
Echoes and Dust: ”Yucatan may be the most essential band on the planet.”
Gigslutz: ”This is melancholy as a force of rejuvenation.”

Finally awake. A glimpse through gaps in the curtains reveals the all-conquering splendour
of nature, a totem for the poetry within and a beacon of insurmountable awe. As winter mist
rolls away from the summit, the residue of the morning lingers lightly on leaves and the
elegantly solemn sound of Yucatan begins to play. A soundtrack to the movie of each and
every day, each beat the step of fragile human feet beneath the magnificence of that which
cannot be created, nor destroyed.

Yucatan’s sound, drawn from influences as varied as Radiohead, Hans Zimmer and Burt Bacharach, owes as much to
the imagination as it offers in return, drawn equally from life in at the edge of Wales’ mountains as the vibrant streets of Barcelona and the glowing skies of Reykjavik. Equally a people’s band and musicians’ band, Yucatan receives the continued support of The
Charlatans’ singer, songwriter and author, Tim Burgess, having supported the legendary band on their UK tour in late 2015. Burgess is effusive when asked about Uwch Gopa’r Mynydd, saying:
“Such a good album. There’s a magic to Yucatan’s music. A kind of uplifting melancholy that
takes you to beautiful places.”

Entering a second year of touring, Yucatan has become an identifiable feature of major
festival line-ups in the United Kingdom, including the Isle of Wight Festival, Festival
Number 6 and Kendal Calling, expanding their reach to once again include wider Europe
during 2016, recalling the warmth of audiences in Poland, France and others on previous



(Friday) 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm



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