ESP 2.0 Feat: Peter Coyle : Tony Lowe : Mark Brzezicki

“Evocative and ambitious…we’re dealing with quality” PROG magazine

“Glorious and traditional British prog rock!” Prog Notes Special

Producer and guitarist Tony Lowe (Cross & Fripp / Simon Townshend / Bram Stoker), vocalist Peter Coyle (ex Lotus Eaters) and drummer Mark Brzezicki (Procol Harum / The Cult / Phil Collins) hit the road with a blistering combination of top-flight musicianship and some of the most astonishing prog rock for many years. Born out of a collaboration with members of King Crimson and Van der Graaf Generator, ESP 2.0 tours as miraculously tight, disciplined five-piece, and places itself firmly at the centre of the British prog movement.

Striking a chord with fans of 70’s Genesis, Yes and Floyd, ESP 2.0 is no nostalgia project. Their shows are complex, eye-wateringly virtuosic, immersive and thrilling. If you like real music by real musicians, you’ll love this.

*With Special Guest – Mikey Cuthbert

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Featuring: Peter Coyle - Vocals (ex Lotus Eaters, collaborations with Toyah, Ian Broudie, Martyn Ware and more)

Tony Lowe - Guitars (Simon Townshend, Roger Daltrey, Modern English, Julian Lennon and many more; Producer to 'David Cross & Robert Fripp', John Foxx, Toyah, Bram Stoker, Simon Townshend)

Mark Brzezicki – Drums (Big Country, Phil Collins, Pete Townshend, Sting, Procol Harum, The Cult and Midge Ure)

With Richard Smith on keyboards and Pete Clark on bass and Special Guest Mikey Cuthbert.
Mikey Cuthbert - Mikey Cuthbert is a singer songwriter from Southend on Sea. His music is guitar based acoustic indie and his gritty but beautiful lyrics express his real-life experiences and emotions. Mikey co-hosted the instant cult hit and real time internet show ‘In the Attic’ with Rachel Fuller, which included live music, witty rhetoric and guest appearances from established musicians and celebrities such as Pete Townshend, Simon Townshend, Jerry Hall, Adele and Roger Daltrey.

About ESP' 2.0 - Invisible Din – The Album – 4/5 & 4.5/5 Stars

“One of the best albums of 2016 and maybe of the decade”

“Invisible Din’ is good. Oh, it’s good alright. This is big, important Prog…” Fireworks

www.invisibledin.com

"Lowe cleverly combines sumptuous orchestration with incisive guitar and keyboards, compelling lyrics and soaring vocals…A triumph of style and substance" - Record Collector January 2017

“Glorious and traditional British prog-rock” I’ve got a feeling that symphonic progressive rock has a new standard-bearer. I’ll certainly seek out future ESP shows in London and the South East – long may they continue. - Gareth’s Prog Blog

"The performance is absolutely exemplary, without the slightest imperfection expert hands move in unison as guided by the inspired direction of Lowe…The debut of the ESP has all it takes to become a must for all lovers of progressive rock". - from Open by Claudia Porceddu

Tickets: £10 Adv // £12 Door
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