Bristol-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist ‘T.E. Yates’ release his new EP Strange Weather, the follow-up to his debut album Silver Coins and White Feathers. Continuing the feverishly eclectic stylings of his previous records, Yates also maintains the songwriting prowess and wry honesty that have won him plaudits from radio, press, peers and fans alike. His unique sound weaves effortlessly through Americana, Folk, Old-Time, 60s Pop, 70s Songwriters,Post-Punk, Rock and even Jazz and Ragtime. Discover ‘Condition’ the 14th January

Bristol-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist ‘T.E. Yates’ release his new EP Strange Weather, the follow-up to his debut album Silver Coins and White Feathers. Continuing the feverishly eclectic stylings of his previous records, Yates also maintains the songwriting prowess and wry honesty that have won him plaudits from radio, press, peers and fans alike. His unique sound weaves effortlessly through Americana, Folk, Old-Time, 60s Pop, 70s Songwriters,Post-Punk, Rock and even Jazz and Ragtime. Discover ‘Condition’ the 14th January

Yates is joined on record by a host of extraordinary musicians. Among them AMA –
UK multi-instrumentalist of the year C.J. Hillman (Laura Marling, Yola, Billy Bragg, JP
Cooper) on Pedal Steel and Mikey Kenney (Vinicio Capossela, Band of Burns) on
Fiddle. Though ambitious in instrumentation, the mastery of the musicians on
Strange Weather allow for the intimacy and vulnerability of Yates’ writing to shine
through.
On the 1st of November, Yates premieres the accompanying video to Condition, the
opening track of Strange Weather – a reliably forthright and honest song about his
experiences as a neurodivergent person. For this video, Yates has teamed up with
fellow neurodivergent creative practitioners through Biggerhouse Films’ Different
Voices project. Among others, the video features contributions from much-loved
Bristol gig-goer and artist Jeffrey “Big Jeff” Johns.
In support of the EP release, Yates embarks on a UK tour on the 13th of November
with The Jesus Bolt (former members of both Witness and The Blue Aeroplanes).
Former label-mate and darling of the London jazz scene, Alabaster dePlume has this
to say about Yates – “T.E. Yates is a beautiful character. He’s not quite like the rest of
us…He presents us with absolutely nothing but himself. He aspires to no grandeur. He
offers, simply, his very soul.”

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