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  • Generation Feral

    Generation Feral is the brain flower of Izzy Liddamore, a female solo artist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based between Cardiff and Essex. A self-confessed ‘sad piano lady’ inspired by the likes of Kae Tempest and Fiona Apple, her sound is divisive, split between her indie-acoustic ukulele loop pedal moments and dramatic, piano-led deep cuts, dipping into spoken word over the course of her sets. Her genre is hard to pin down in this way – self-described as ‘punkish piano ballads for tender scumbags’. She writes on Britain and how it’s broken, with aim to musically depict the experiences of being part of the new wave of adults in 2023 – often scapegoated as the ‘feral generation’. Generation Feral is her space to freely observe society and all the strange human tendencies we have as humans, politically, mentally, all of it – and bring it into the light. Her debut EP, life looks best sideways is a window into the life of a 20 something in 2024 – tackling themes such as the cost of living crisis, loneliness and generational trauma in an attempt to find the motivation to get out of bed. Her spoken word single ‘newborn adult’ saw play on 6music and was championed by Tom Robinson, as well as on both BBC Essex and BBC Wales.  She has gigged profusely in England and Wales, supporting artists such as KEG, Pet Needs, The Meffs and Luke La Volpe, and is looking to branch out more nationally in 2024.

    Thursday May 9th, 2024 6:45 pmThu @ The Fat Boar