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Celebrate Mother’s Day: Free Bubbles & This Pale Fire Show

Celebrate Mother’s Day with Free Bubbles & This Pale Fire Performance

To celebrate the release of his upcoming single 'Northern Lights', This Pale Fire invites you to join him for a free performance at Kingsland’s Atomic Cafe this Mother’s Day, 14 May.

Thanks to Yealands, mums can enjoy a free glass of bubbles on arrival, before being treated to an acoustic performance from the singer-songwriter, including tracks off his forthcoming record.

Bringing together emotive melodies and a swoon-worthy, smouldering voice, This Pale Fire’s stirring new single ‘Northern Lights’ is a heartfelt and hopeful track.

"Northern Lights is about being true to yourself and following your own path. It's easy to get lost and loose sight of who you are. This song is an ode to individuality, and I think it's something we can all relate too. I can't wait to share it with you all."

Having previously released two EPs, This Pale Fire is now working towards a new album in 2017 to be released through Marigold Music, with ‘Northern Lights’ tipping artist’s move back towards his folk roots.

'Northern Lights' will be available for purchase and streaming across all digital platforms from Friday 12 May. Hear it performed live for the first time this Mother’s Day:

This Pale Fire 'Northern Lights' Single Release
3 – 5PM, Atomic Café Kingsland
Free entry


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