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The Paper Kites, Vance Joy

When:

Thu 17 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.

Balmy summer evenings with free live music continue on Thursday 17 January, 6pm – 7.30pm, with folk/indie group The Paper Kites and the original voice of Vance Joy.

Folk/indie five-piece and triple j Unearthed winners The Paper Kites first started making people sit up in late 2010 with the release of their widely popular single Bloom. After a handful of shows in Australia and New Zealand and supports with Hungry Kids of Hungary and Passenger (UK) the band put together an official release with Melbourne's Tim Johnston (Nick Cave, The Waifs). Their whimsical, dreamy undertones are all throughout first single Featherstone and EP Woodland, which they presented to a sold out crowd at Melbourne's iconic Corner Hotel. Being hand-picked by Josh Pyke for his national tour in September 2011 and supporting Boy & Bear in November 2011 was topped only by their very first headline tour in February 2012 which was a completely sold-out run.

Vance Joy has an original voice which at first he kept to himself. Feeding on a diet of The Pogues, Paul Kelly, and whatever else was playing, he cut his teeth performing at open mic nights in Melbourne. He now breeds folk music with pop influences; songs that grab you by the scruff of the neck and hold on for a moment.