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The Sunken Sea With Soaked Oats Plus Cousin Tom


Fri 8 Dec 2017, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Yarra Hotel, 295 Johnston St., Abbotsford, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: henrygrahamfrancis

Come have a beer and a boogie to some wonderful tunes as we return to the Yarra for a cute Friday night show. It’s our first headliner back after our single launch and a hectic end of uni period so expect to see some phresh faces and new tunes performed with a newfound zest for life!

Joining us are the wonderful Soaked Oats who are on tour all the way from Better Australia, and fellow deep voices ad band Cousin Tom!

So excited to play some smooth bangers for you all.

The Sunken Sea create soaring, soulful art rock, anchored by the powerful baritone vocals and turbulent, meandering lyrics of songwriter and composer Dougal James. The large group of horn players and multi-instrumentalists forge syrupy harmonies and driving rhythms that undulate and evolve in unexpected ways.

Soaked Oats are a Dunedin based Shoulder-pop band. Consisting of Oscar Mein on vocals and the Pearly White, Henry Francis on the Bubble Stick, Max Holmes on the Blue Whale and Conor Feehly wielding the Gorilla Sticks.

Cousin Tom is a band that is trying their hardest. It’s loud, it’s happy.