Prancey Dog is immensely proud to announce the long overdue return of Lianne Hall. Lianne is a Berlin-based musician. While her sound may be largely country-esque and folk-inspired, her soul is built on a punk rock foundation.
Lianne, described by John Peel as “One of the great English voices”, used to be in the legendary all-female punk band Witchknot. Since then she has played solo and as Pico, Broken Heart Club and Haunted House. Lianne has also collaborated with lots of different artists including d_rradio (deathrowradio), Paul Hartnoll (Orbital), FITH and DJ Marcelle.
Lianne has toured extensively in the UK, mainland Europe, and Canada and the U.S. Her discography includes two solo studio albums and two collaboration albums of which the latest, ‘Brave the Woods’, is a beautifully produced collection of dark, electronic pop songs.
In March 2017 Lianne released her third solo studio album, ‘The Caretaker’ which was recorded live and direct to analogue tape in the summer of 2015 in Berlin at Lowswing studios.
Support is provide by Mush and Nev Clay.
Mush is a progressive rock & alternative folk band, from Newcastle upon Tyne and is made up of long term collaborators Nicky Rushton and Sarah Van Jellie.
Nev Clay lives near Newcastle and is a mental health nurse. He's been clarting around the local music scene for many years.