The Hunter Express’ new album 'Should Have Come On Sunday', is now available on vinyl and digital via band camp.
'Should Have Come On Sunday' tells a vivid story through each of its 10 tracks, describing suburban Australian life, mental health, family, love, loss and death.
The sophomore album from The Hunter Express has reached new heights, seeing runs on Triple J play as well as spins on Rage. ‘The Hunter Express’ have gone from strength to strength, growing audiences for the past year and selling out venues across Melbourne.. Accompanied by well established musicians on stage, their live show is a demonstration of heart-felt, honest music with creative hooks and stories.
The title track ‘Should Have Come On Sunday’ is stripped back song that only features a guitar and vocals, but has a very clear message that is sure to get to the root of most listeners.
A fundraiser for Eastern Domestic Violence Service (EDVOS) hosted in the Grace Darling Hotel basement // headlined by the hypnotic ENOLA GAY, with supports from Is There a Hotline?, Cut Wire + SUPER-X.
$10 // for an important cause: https://www.edvos.org.au
This event will take place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We wish to pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.
Grace Darling Hotel
114 Smith St, Collingwood
- (03) 9416 0055