Benji gently plays with his audience, sometimes sassing them, marvellous! His wit on stage is quick and sharp catching the audience off guard like a rabbit in headlights. His subtle lyrical humour and delicate vocals are comparable to Sufjan Stevens and Flight of The Concords in a most perfect melange. Shunting you through the soundscape of emotion (mainly happiness) with the likes of Sister, imbued with bittersweet childhood reflections and The Memory Song, a little number all about Type 2 Fun, you will find yourself giggling uncontrollably. If your heart is like your handbag and you find yourself in Edinburgh from 24-28th August and with 45 mins or so to spare in your afternoon, pop in honestly you will not regret it for a second (only maybe when it’s over leaving you wanting more).
Paradise in the Vault: The Annex, Edinburgh
24th-28th August 2:25pm Start time.
More info – venue, tickets etc – http://www.songkick.com/concerts/27709109-benji-tranter-at-paradise-in-the-vault-the-annexe?utm_source=1471&utm_medium=partner