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Hungry Kids of Hungary, Asta


Thu 31 Jan 2013, 6:00pm–7:30pm

Where: The Square - Federation Square, Federation Square, Swanston Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Fed Square Live returns this summer with a slick line up of Australia's top independent and emerging acts in a series of free, all-ages outdoor concerts.

Capping off the season is the 1960s style pop-rock band Hungry Kids of Hungary and triple j Unearthed High's 2012 winner Asta on Thursday 31 January from 6pm to 7.30pm.

The Hungry Kids of Hungary's fun and energetic music touches on blues, soul, R&B and 1960s style pop-rock - music that anyone can get into. In 2012 they signed an international recording deal and finished a new album before jetting off to Berlin. The band has played with Tom Ugly, Philadelphia Grand Jury, Washington and most recently with Bertie Blackman and Little Birdy. They've also played festivals such as South by Southwest, the Netherland's Pinkpop Festival, Big Day Out, Homebake, Splendour in the Grass, Blueprint Festival and Woodford Folk Festival. Their lead single, Sharp Shooter, from second album You're a Shadow, debuted in February 2012 and went on to be the #1 ‘Most Played Track’ on triple j in August 2012.

The 2012 triple j Unearthed High winner Asta will be taking to the stage in a live show she describe as a "mix of heart-felt acoustics and some upbeat folky-pop". She cites here influences as Imogen Heap, Kimbra and Sarah Blasko. The young Tasmanian performed with other triple j Unearthed High finalists in Brisbane and will soon play her first festival at Soundscape in Hobart before hitting Fed Square Live in January.