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Thu 24 Oct 2013, 6:30pm–12:00am
Sun 27 Oct 2013, 6:30pm–12:00am

Where: Leadbelly Newtown, 42 King Street, Newtown, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $23.80
  • Dinner and Show: $58.80
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: louise33

Off the back of new single ‘Big Things Calling’, the first taste of their forthcoming new album, Melbourne’s The Perch Creek Family Jugband have just announced their national “Dressin' Up & Shakin' Down” tour.

Originally from Perch Creek in the North Coast area of NSW, The Perch Creek Family Jugband is four siblings and one stray partner. With humble beginnings as a street jug band led by their eccentric father, Bob Hodgkins, The Perch Creek Family Jugband has been performing and evolving over the best part of ten years. Though Bob has since hung up his jug band hat and handed over the reins, he laid in place the foundations for one of the most engrossing and innovative musical acts doing the rounds of Australia today.

From playing live on Spicks & Specks to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Perch Creek Family Jug Band have a long history of working, touring, playing and living together, but interestingly, given their history and lineage, their new studio album (set for early 2014 release) marks the first time they’ve collaborated closely as a unit throughout all stages of the song writing process.

Realised on a week-long song writing session in a holiday house nestled in the sand dunes of the Mornington Peninsula, new single ‘Big Things Calling’ was the first track to come out of the process. Featuring lush five-part harmonies over a chant-like chorus, with lyrics that hint at the melancholic while remaining uplifting and powerful in their themes of change and reflection, ‘Big Things Calling’ ushers in a new sonic direction for the troupe - one that sees them expanding beyond their traditional jug band roots into a more indie-folk, contemporary sound.