The blade of a white oar
Six and a half oranges,
A crosshatch stitch
And some new magic
This is what you’ll remember
The truth of who you are
All you have preserved
Of flitting memories
You are the monitor
Can you give them concrete forms?
Where will the night take you when the light dies?
Christian Foley (left) is a musician, spoken word poet, writer and educator, signed to Kompyla Records. Following the success Christian’s debut album Mr Invisible, described as “groundbreaking” by Urban Vault Magazine, he was shortlisted as a BBC Introducing Artist of 2013, in the urban category.
Christian has ran workshops in South Africa, South America, the Channel Islands and England. He has performed at Latitude Festival, Wilderness, Bestival and theEdinburgh Fringe, while his work has been featured in The Mail, The Telegraph, Buzzfeed, Reuters and The Guardian. A recent film clip of Christian performing in his lessons has amassed millions of views worldwide.
Christian is one of a select few poets enrolled on the Spoken Word Education programme, in conjunction with a writer/teacher MA at Goldsmiths University. In 2015, with colleague and poet Raymond Antrobus, Christian was placed in the top 20 promising artists between 18-30 by Sky Arts and Ideas Tap.
His latest album ‘Jumpers for Goalposts’ is available for download from: http://www.justmuz.bandcamp.com and his most recent project, a short film and spoken word piece ‘The Night Took You in Like Family’ is available on this site.
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Website – http://www.justmuz.bandcamp.com