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Dave Graney and Clare Moore


Sat 16 Nov 2019, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Sounds Delicious, 26 Hyam Street, Nowra, Shoalhaven

Restrictions: All Ages

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Dave Graney and Clare Moore are coming to play for the good people of Sounds Delicious!

This is their second album for 2019, coming hot on the smoking wheels of Zippa Deedoo What Is/was That/This? That was a “band” album – a “mistLY” album and this is an album of songs. The focus was on the eleven fantastic songs.

Pop sounds from the end of the world. How is it ending for you?

Out as a digital release October 10th.

One Millions Years DC
A vivid, rich and sparkling collection of songs. Reflective, searching and personal.

Starts with a Kinky groover sketching a 21st century populist tyrant who coasts in power on waves of public resentment at those on the lowest rungs of the ladder (He Was A Sore Winner). Sweeps across a sci fi terrain with nods to songs in the sand at the end of the world (Pop Ruins) and nods to the ties that bind in the underground communities (Comrade Of Popand Where Did All The Freaks Go?). Songs about intense, long relationships, defunct technology that didn’t answer back, severe social status definition (I’m Not Just Any Nobody), people wandering through your mind as if it was a garage sale, the anxiety of the long running showman (wide open to the elements again) and ends with a song that’s “a little bit Merle Haggard and a little bit Samuel Beckett”.

Edith Grove! Powis Square! 56 Hope Road! Petrie Terrace! The Roxy! The Odeon! Apollo! Palais! Olympia! The Whisky! Detroit Grande! Pop Ruins!

The location in Nowra will be advised upon purchase of ticket.