With a full heart and a pep in my step I'm proud to announce that I'm releasing a brand new song 'Days, Weeks, Months & Years' with a six date tour to support it!
'Days, Weeks, Months & Years' will be release on October 16th via all streaming platforms.
"a combination of poetic storytelling, his fervent love of music creation and inner self-reflection, leading to personal growth and development."
- Sounds On The Couch
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For this leg I have Luke Seymoup & Grace Drummond joining me for a stripped back evening at Last Chance Rock N' Roll Bar in Melbourne!
Is a powerhouse singer/songwriter originally from Toowoomba. She is best known as the frontwoman of Australian skate-punk trio, Something Something Explosion.
From performing country music at an early age with her mother, Grace has always been a force to be reckoned with. Affectionately known by punk rock heroes, Frenzal Rhomb, as their illegitimate child, Grace’s lyrics are brutal and honest; while her riffs and melodies hit you like a punch in the face.
It’s been a long road from the Urban Country Music Festival in 2014 to singing to crowds of thousands at Violent Soho’s two sold-out Christmas shows in 2017 and with Bodyjar at “Hotter Than Hell” festival in January 2019, as well as joining Frenzal Rhomb on stage at their 2019 "A Frenzal Rhomb Christmas Special" show in Newcastle.
Consistently striving to be strikingly different to the mainstream music scene, Grace is unrelenting, unapologetic, direct and raw. As a solo artist and in the punk rock trio, her stage presence and sincere personality always leave you wanting more well after the house lights have come on.
Melbourne’s busiest man in punk, Luke Seymoup, was once described as “weird but cool” by WWE Superstar, Zack Ryder. With a sound that could be compared to a “punked-up” They Might Be Giants or as My Chemical Romance as filtered through the mind of Evan Dando, Luke has spent the last decade prolifically releasing music that mixes elements of punk, ska, indie and heartland rock. Using music as a form of catharsis, his lyrical tales of pain and suffering are set to upbeat, danceable music to help people feel good about feeling awful.
Last Chance Rock n Roll Bar
238 Victoria St Melbourne