Paris Motel at the Karamel Club, London, a set on Flickr.
On 13th June I headed to the Karamel Music Club in Wood Green, London, to see the wonderful Paris Motel play.
The night marked the launch of new album "Songs of Innocence", a collection of songs that singer Amy May listened to as a child, reworked in that brilliant Paris Motel way.
It was, as expected, a fantastic evening, and I thoroughly recommend both the new album and also the previous one "In the Salpetriere".
Support on the night came from Brighton based musician Chris Simmons, one to watch. See the photos here.
It was also my first visit to the Karamel Music Club, a lovely venue in Wood Green, London. With a friendly atmosphere and warm welcome, it was the perfect place for the album launch. Also hosting exhibitions and theatre and serving as a bar and canteen it deserves the growing reputation it has. I'll definitely be returning one day.
To find out more about Paris Motel visit www.parismotel.co.uk
"Songs of Innocence" and "In The Salpetriere" are available from all good music retailers.
For more information about the Karamel Music Club visit www.karamelclub.co.uk
To see the Paris Motel photo set on Flickr click here