In the unlikely settings of Headrow House, a former textile mill located in one of Leeds city centre’s historic yards and now a Beer Hall, restaurants and music venue, Canadian singer-songwriter Basia Bulat was performing on one of the old workshop floors, showcasing songs from her new album, Good Advice.
Reviewed by Andrew Scott
Singer songwriter Basia Bulat may be little known here in the UK but is an established star in her native Canada. Her previous two albums, 2010’s Heart of My Own and 2013’s ‘Tall Tall Shadow were both nominated for the Polaris Music Price, Canada’s equivalent of the Mercury Music Price. The latest release, Good Advice, sees her develop her sound and build on her previous successes.