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Half Moon presents: Chris Helme

The Half Moon, SW15 1EU , [Venue Details]

Rising to fame in the 1990s as frontman of indie band The Seahorses singer-songwriter *Chris Helme *is now producing acclaimed folk-infused tracks as a solo artist, including with a new album readying for release in Spring 2023.

His enviable back catalogue includes Britpop classics such as ‘Love is the Law’ and ‘Blinded by the Sun’ from his time with John Squires’ post-Stone Roses band, The Seahorses. But beyond these well-loved indie hits Helme has matured into a songwriter of regard for noir-tinged folk gems blistering with emotion.

Previous album, 2012’s The Rookery - produced by Sam Forrest (Nine Black Alps, Sewage Farm) - drew critical praise on release with Uncut describing it as, “echoing the fragility of Gram Parsons, while flirting with the rustic side of Neil Young”.

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  • Admission

    Min: £15.00

    Max: £17.00

  • Performer name: Chris Helme

  • Age restriction: 18+ after 7pm

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Half Moon presents: Chris Helme

The Half Moon, SW15 1EU
Alternative / Indie Pop
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Rising to fame in the 1990s as frontman of indie band The Seahorses singer-songwriter *Chris Helme *is now producing acclaimed folk-infused tracks as a solo artist, including with a new album readying for release in Spring 2023.

His enviable back catalogue includes Britpop classics such as ‘Love is the Law’ and ‘Blinded by the Sun’ from his time with John Squires’ post-Stone Roses band, The Seahorses. But beyond these well-loved indie hits Helme has matured into a songwriter of regard for noir-tinged folk gems blistering with emotion.

Previous album, 2012’s The Rookery - produced by Sam Forrest (Nine Black Alps, Sewage Farm) - drew critical praise on release with Uncut describing it as, “echoing the fragility of Gram Parsons, while flirting with the rustic side of Neil Young”.

  • Admission

    Min: £15.00

    Max: £17.00

  • Performer name: Chris Helme

  • Age restriction: 18+ after 7pm