David will play a short set supporting Some Velvet Morning at The Roundhouse (theatre stage) on Friday March 1st. Tickets are £8 and available here.
Instrumental project Four Seasons Television is David Hurn and James O'Sullivan plus one other improvising musician.
Recording of the first album, Skip All has now been completed and features contributions from Dario Bernal-Villegas (percussion), Chris Prosser (Violin) and Claire Brock (Percussion).
The album is now at the mastering and artwork stage and should see the light of day within the next few months. More details will follow on this site and you will soon be able to listen to material on our Soundcloud page.
Davidís collaboration with Ingrid Chavez is ongoing and news will follow as it happens.
To listen to a demo of one of the co-written songs, Iíll Be Fine, click here.
A series of improvised guitar duets by David and James OíSullivan is currently being recorded with the view to producing an album.
It is likely that the record will be titled Encasement. More news to follow on this project in the near future.
David contributes two tracks to a compilation album out now on Trace Recordings.
The album, titled Ten features 10 different artists including Building Castles Out Of Matchsticks, Stephen Spera, The Resistance, and Edison Woods. David contributes the song What Was Left of You and the instrumental An Ending Has Begun. James O’Sullivan and Jane Wild contribute electric guitar and violin respectively.
To listen to the song What Was Left of You click here.
David Hurn's latest album The Beautiful Trustful Future, is out now on Fire
Records.The album, written and produced by David, features musical contributions from James O'Sullivan, Chris Prosser, Amaryllis Rizou, Claire Brock, Yazz Ahmed, Tom Springbett and Niklas Tafra.
A single, The Man Who Stayed In Bed Forever, preceded the albums release and is available on 7" vinyl. Both the single and the album (as well as previous releases) are available to
buy at Burning Shed. The Man Who Stayed in Bed Forever is featured in a short film by Aaron DiMaria titled Decaf Elephant.
David's music can be heard on the discography page, and also at soundcloud, myspace and facebook.