Brooke Reuss, Hannah Fraces, Silt (arvo) Electrik Lemonade, King River Rising, Electric Self (pm)

When

2:00 pmSaturday, 7 March

Where

Workers Club

51 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

More details ↓

Singer/songwriter Brooke Reuss stamps her own unique edge to the sound of pop luminaries such as Sara Bareilles and Delta Goodrem; using her influences and musical platform to write about political change, social commentary and heart wrenching personal impact stories.

With Special Guests: 
Hannah Frances’ delicate and heart-drenched voice will keep you captivated. After releasing her first two singles in 2018, playing backyard festivals and supporting acts around Melbourne, she continues to write and perform music that traverses folk, pop and the sounds of the singer/songwriter generation of Artists from the 60s.

Indie pop rock outfit SILT use driving riffs, velvet vocals and groove-oriented percussion to tell you their stories. The lyrics are honest, and the guitars are dreamy. Inspired by acts like Middle Kids, HAIM, Bahamas and Death Cab for Cutie – soul, alt-pop and the music of the 90s contribute to their personality.

**

Come see bombastic hip-hop funk punks, Electrik Lemonade on their first Melbourne trip of 2020. Drawing on a unique blend of influences while combining their comedic, fun attitude toward life they present a energetic, visual music show - after which, the crowd is never left with anything but a funky uplifted feeling. After releasing their debut album: 'Squeezed Fresh' in early 2019, Electrik Lemonade have continued their incredible run of good times touring nationally around Australia performing at the Byron Bay Blues Festival, BIGSOUND Festival, Jungle Love Festival, Caloundra Music Festival & The Commonwealth Games

Venue details