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Claude Hay

When:

Fri 3 Nov 2017, 8:00pm–11:55pm

Where: Blackburns Family Katoomba Hotel, 15 Parke Street, Katoomba, Blue Mountains

Restrictions: 18+

Listed by: vLad

Claude Hay’s latest film clip single Burn makes political commentary on the corporate greed and cover up of the coal seam gas fracking industry which is an issue close heart in his home town of Katoomba Blue Mountains plus greater NSW.

Hay says: "Burn lyrics were written after watching 2 documentaries on fracking, one pro-fracking and one against. I dug around on the web to find out more on the pro-fracking doco and to no surprise I found out it was funded by one of the big petrochemical company's...pure rage naturally came out."

The film clip was shot and edited by Australian film maker and IF Award winner Michael Joy (Men's Group) featuring the breath taking landscapes of the upper Blue Mountains just a stones throw away from Hay's humble abode and studio. It was the first song written for his album Roller Coaster and features a 3-piece band, diversifying from Hay's well-loved One Man Band act.

Hay returns from a mammoth 22-show run in the Netherlands and UK to come home to promote the Burn single and film clip with a run of shows on the East Coast and brings with him along for the ride 3 piece British blues-rock band Wille and the Bandits whom he did the UK run. The band was listed in the top ten must see bands at Glastonbury 2014 by BBC Radio 1 and have been assertively carving a place for themselves in the UK/Europe’s music scene. This is their first run in Australia and they are sure to wow Aussies with their brand of modern day Hendrix meets Cream.

For this single tour one can expect the Claude Hay show to be a mixture of the old favorites as the solo One Man Band as well as some re-workings of older tracks in trio mode along with the single Burn and other Roller Coaster tracks.