A Spacebomb Revue in London: A Look Back
At the Spacebomb Revue in London earlier this month, we invited artists from across the United States, UK, and France to take part in a grand scale performance with the Spacebomb House Band complete with strings, horns, and singers. Helming the ship on stage and off – alongside the host of the evening, Matthew E. White – was music director and Spacebomb’s in-house producer and arranger Trey Pollard.
Trey Pollard on his experience at the Revue:
Getting to share the stage with all these artists that we’ve worked with over the last few years, revisiting the music and in most cases performing the songs in a way that had never been done live, was very special. Seeing everyone come together and put on a show for the audience and ourselves, it felt like we were finishing a chapter of the Spacebomb Story.
Spacebomb House Band’s Pinson Chanselle (drums) and Cameron Ralston (bass) rehearse on the day before the show
Trey Pollard, Pinson Chanselle, and Matthew E. White tape sheet music parts together in the hotel lobby
Cocoon performs his duet with Natalie Prass, “Retreat”
Bedouine stuns the audience with her song “Solitary Daughter”
Foxygen’s Sam France and Jackie Rado
Charlie Fink leaves the stage after performing two songs from his latest album, Cover My Tracks
The Spacebomb House Band takes a bow: Pinson Chanselle, Cameron Ralston, Alan Parker, Matthew E. White, and Trey Pollard
Relive the Revue with this Spotify playlist of all of the songs performed there:
photos by Nick Helderman