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Gotye

When:

Mon 12 Dec 2011, 5:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Belvoir Homestead and Amphitheatre, 1177 Great Northern Highway, Upper Swan, Western Australia

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $58.50
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: chrisjwade

Wally de Backer a.k.a Gotye is pleased to announce a third show at the Belvoir Theatre, Perth on Monday 12th December. It will feature his ten-piece orchestra and be the last date announced on his acclaimed, sold-out string of national dates this year. Rising Melbourne outfit Husky will be the support on all three Perth dates.

Gotye was recently nominated in seven ARIA Award categories for his 5 x Platinum single ‘Somebody That I Used to Know (Feat. Kimbra)’. Gotye won the ARIA in the three Artisan Award categories (Best Video, Engineer of The Year and Producer of the Year). Making Mirrors, the album from which ‘Somebody’ was lifted has achieved Double Platinum states.

Gotye is currently playing sold out shows across in the UK and Europe, where word of this remarkable talent is spreading as fast as his Youtube views are rising (last count: approaching 12.5 million). His CMJ appearances in New York last week were praised as a standout at the taste-making showcase.

The swinging new single ‘I Feel Better’ is at radio and available digitally now.

Praise for Gotye:

‘A pop treat with a brilliant twist…he’s a sly craftsman with plenty of flair’ -New York Times

‘Gotye's exemplary pop sense may be the big revelation of Making Mirrors, yet it's his arty restlessness that will continue to keep him interesting’ –Pitchforkmedia.com

‘The genius of Gotye's third record is musicians will respect it because they know how much work went into it while fans will adore it because it sounds effortless and affecting’ -Daily Telegraph

“Gotye keenly understands the language of music, from the fringes to the charts, and he positions emotional cues like a master. His songs are post-genre triumphs where literally everything is fair game.” -TheVine.com.au