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KB Theory With Hope D & The Mailbox Crew

When:

Fri 6 Jul 2018, 8:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Heya Bar, 351 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: KBtheoryband

Here's your chance to catch KB Theory full flight and tonight's the night! Their third single 'Hope' drops on all platforms that very morning and the boys will be ready to celebrate. Let that pop infuse your soul and try to stop yourself moving along to their very catchy beat.

As always KB Theory & Hope D Music, local legend and songwriter, provide a massive night of entertainment when they get together & now QUBE Effect nominees The Mailbox Crew are joining in for an all round fun-loving and energetic night.

KB Theory
KB Theory is a Brisbane-based indie Rock/Pop band with hard-hitting, catchy riffs blending influences from many different genres with a dose of catchy pop, they’ll leave you wanting more.

Hope D Music
Hope D brings upbeat renditions, covers and originals that are remixed with her loop pedal to create good vibes

The Mailbox Crew
Formed in early 2016, the band originated as an eight piece dedicated to playing slow, depressing love songs, that is, until one day they came to the most intellectual of conclusions: Slow songs are boring. Fast forward to the present day and everything about this band screams fun-loving energy. Unafraid to get loud and get rowdy, The Mailbox Crew just wanna make you dance.