Bush Hall, London.
Fraser Anderson’s sophisticated musical tales of human vulnerability and connection takes folk music to a level that is cinematic in reach and vision. A taste maker with a crooner-like ease of style, his passion for design seep into and out of his music, making him an exciting multi-dimensional artist.
Hailed by Howard Thompson (Former Head of A&R, Elektra Records) as “the best singer-songwriter I’ve heard in a long time” and described by BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris as “truly beautiful” Fraser is known for combining painted narratives, unique acoustic tunings and virtuosic falsetto. Likened to Damien Rice, Nick Drake, Ray Lamontagne and John Martyn, audiences have described his live performances as deeply moving and uplifting, and for some “the best gig they have ever been to.”
2019 celebrates the recording and launch of Fraser’s 5th studio album ‘Sankalpa’ meaning ’Your heart felt intention or your deepest and purest desire’. The title forms the new enquiry for Fraser personally and for his career and live performances, inviting audiences and listeners to expand their sense of what's possible. Audiences can expect new, fresh surprises alongside the stripped back acoustic sound he’s now known and loved for.