Video: Aldous Harding performs 'Designer' and 'The Barrel' live at Le Guess Who? 2019

Video: Aldous Harding performs 'Designer' and 'The Barrel' live at Le Guess Who? 2019

Thu Feb 13th
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Following the release of her latest album ‘Designer’ last year, New Zealand songwriter Aldous Harding performed at Le Guess Who? 2019, becoming one of the audience’s highlights of the 13th edition of the festival. The show rendered instrumentation and voice into the most vivid and impressionistic of scenes.
Harding’s performance with band took place in the overwhelming setting of TivoliVredenburg’s Grand Hall, and now, we share a video of the group performing ‘Designer’ and ‘The Barrel’, both from her latest album.

Watch the full video below and listen + watch more Le Guess Who? recordings via our archive

"New Zealand prodigy Aldous Harding proved to be eccentrically charming, concocting wondrous imagery and near magic-like energy with her hypnotic performance." - The Ransom Note

Le Guess Who? Recordings
Recently, Le Guess Who? also published recordings of 2019 festival performances of Ethiopian funk legend Ayalew Mesfin & Debo Band; Danish pop adventurers Efterklang, Irish wrecking crew Girl Band; Makaya McCraven, one of Chicago’s most versatile and in-demand drummers; Stockholm-based minimalist artist and apprenticing organ tuner Kali Malone; and Japanese 10-piece ensemble Minyo Crusaders.

All recordings can be found here, also including earlier festival recordings of a.o. Art Ensemble of Chicago; Beverly Glenn-Copeland; James Holden; Mary Margaret O’Hara; Neneh Cherry; Mount Eerie; Junun feat. Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood and the Rajasthan Express; Destroyer; The Notwist; and Selda Bağcan.


Filmed on Saturday, November 9, at TivoliVredenburg's Grote Zaal during Le Guess Who? 2019.

Directed by Nick Helderman.
Camera by Wim Adam, Roy Jamhouri, Hugo Jouxtel, Tim van der Voort.
Montage by Nick Helderman and Roy Jamhouri.
Sound recording by Marc Broer.
Photography by Jelmer de Haas. 

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