The Met is proud to present ‘A Love Letter From Bury’ online throughout November.
This exclusive set from singer-songwriter Liam Frost was filmed in The Met’s Derby Hall this October, ahead of the re-issue on vinyl of Liam’s 2006 debut album Show Me How The Spectres Dance. The performance features each track from the album, plus an ‘encore’ of b-side and fans’ favourite At First It Felt Like Darkness.
The film is a collaboration between venue, artist, independent film production company Croftwerk and The Met’s own Edwin St Recording Studio, who mixed and mastered the sound of the live performance.
With the band performing in the round, on the floor of the venue, with the usually closed stage curtains open to flood the room with light, it’s a unique view of the room even for regular Met gig-goers.
Missed the stream everyone’s talking about? No stress, you can watch the @liamthomasfrost & The Slowdown Family album playthrough in FULL right here until 30 November: https://t.co/0zepO7jmoj pic.twitter.com/1kMMVh2CKK
— The Met (@themet) November 11, 2020
The show is available to watch at https://themet.veeps.com until 30 November for £9.