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Fallon Cush, the Nature Strip and The Safety of Life At Sea

When:

Fri 20 Oct 2017, 5:00pm

Where: LazyBones Lounge Marrickville, 294 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • Cost: $20.00
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Fallon Cush return to Lazybones to launch their newest album, Morning with special guests The Nature Strip and The Safety of Life at Sea. Doors/Restaurant 5pm. DJ Nothing ‘til late.

Fallon Cush

Reviews regularly see Fallon Cush more than favourably compared with artists such as The Jayhawks, Ryan Adams, The Byrds and Big Star, which of course pleases them no end. Their 2016 album Bee In Your Bonnet received worldwide critical acclaim and was described as "the perfect combination of hook-laden songcraft and timeless musicality" by Post to Wire in Australia and "an essential acquisition" by Blurt in the U.S.

Fallon Cush come rumbling back in 2017 with their fourth album, Morning a poptastic collision of rock, alt. country, psychedelic rock and pop.

The Nature Strip
The Nature Strip is an indie-pop group.

The Safety of Life At Sea

The Safety of Life at Sea is a five piece band with a distinctly vintage vibe inspired by blues, soul and funk as well as the classic songwriters of the 60's and 70's with groove. The rhythm section takes a leaf out of the books of Stax and Motown, and the piano went for a weekend in New Orleans and never came back.