Spotify Live: Josh T Pearson performs I Ain't Your Christ - video

The Guardian has teamed up with Spotify and Rockfeedback Concerts to stage a series of free gigs featuring some favourite artists.

Playing recently at the Lexington in north London was the great Josh T Pearson, who you can watch performing I Ain't Your Christ from his album Last of the Country Gentlemen.

From the same evening you can watch Gruff Rhys performing If We Were Words (We Would Rhyme), and for a general flavour of the evening, click here

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