Tegan and Sara Here at Gig Junkies we’re so lucky. We get to go to some fantastic gigs. Tegan and Sara's gig at The Forum in London on 15th November is just one of them. Our man Jordan got to shoot the Canadian sisters' show. We hope that you like what he saw...


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Old Man Luedecke Canadian, Old Man Luedecke (quite young actually) is a trusty pick and strum, foot-stomping trad-banjo troubadour who bears an honest heart on his lumberjack shirt-sleeve. In a disarming box-car hobo spiritual and wood smokey Roots n’ Folk sort of way - his skewered, anecdotal takes on everyday vicissitudes, and how the banal can become bizarre, often turn lyrically surreal. Picture fog-bound surfers off the a Nova Scotian beach becoming gorrilas anyone! Admittedly, the jug of moonshine helped. ‘ There was never a song I couldn’t sing my way out of, he proudly, well, sings! As well he needs to having segued from an account of eating Virgin Trains bacon-rolls to the merits of keeping a mobile phone moisture free in a bag of rice. How those long Canadian Winter nights must fly by.


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Old Man Luedecke Canadian, Old Man Luedecke (quite young actually) is a trusty pick and strum, foot-stomping trad-banjo troubadour who bears an honest heart on his lumberjack shirt-sleeve. In a disarming box-car hobo spiritual and wood smokey Roots n’ Folk sort of way - his skewered, anecdotal takes on everyday vicissitudes, and how the banal can become bizarre, often turn lyrically surreal. Picture fog-bound surfers off the a Nova Scotian beach becoming gorrilas anyone! Admittedly, the jug of moonshine helped. ‘ There was never a song I couldn’t sing my way out of, he proudly, well, sings! As well he needs to having segued from an account of eating Virgin Trains bacon-rolls to the merits of keeping a mobile phone moisture free in a bag of rice. How those long Canadian Winter nights must fly by.


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