Ooberfuse is a London-based band that is a critically acclaimed favourite on the Indie music scene. The band will give a free concert in Dover to celebrate Refugee Week on 24th June 2023 at 7 pm in Dover.
Ooberfuse was started by songwriter-vocalist Cherrie Anderson and multi-instrumentalist-producer Hal St John, who have now brought together a number of talented and innovative refugee musicians for this event to celebrate diverse contributions to the Artistic scene in Britain. Individual performers originate from countries such as Syria, Ukraine and Iraq, including the Kurdish exile, Newroz Oremari.
The band has played at many venues worldwide, both large – such as Wembley – and small. Their music has been described as ethereal, East-meets-West electronic pop with heartfelt vocals, often inspired by observations of injustice in today's world.
Their latest release is 'Show Me Love', inspired by the teachings of Pope Francis on welcoming the stranger. Scenes in the accompanying video were filmed in Dover. T
The singers have decided to return to Dover, which features so strongly in many of today's refugee tales.
Refugee Week Concert Details
- Refugee Week Concert in Dover, Saturday 24 June 2023.
- St Mary's Church, Cannon Street, CT16 1BY.
- Doors open 7 pm
- Admission Free
View the single, 'Show Me Love', below: