Live Review: Benji Tranter’s Dirty Laundry, Edinburgh Fringe Preview



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

https://benjitranter.bandcamp.com/

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