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The Baby Breaks

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Join us for a sick night of Garage, Desert Rock, and Grunge Punk!

Headlining the night are local legends The Baby Breaks with supports from Glasshouse, The Dark Moon Society, and Lunchtime!

Doors - 8pm

Reminiscent of the 00's garage rock revival, The Baby Breaks add subtle hints of blues, southern, rock'n'roll and jazz influences to showcase their shared love of rock music. With a unique blend of saxophone their unmistakably distinct sound has drawn comparisons to The White Stripes, The Strokes and Kings of Leon whilst also taking influence from early Sun Records artists such as Johnny Cash and Elvis.

Birthed out of their EP release plastic in June 2018, Sunshine Coast four piece, glasshouse bring a new refreshing taste to late 80's/90's alt-rock nostalgia. Since their inception, glasshouse has played with the likes of international bestsellers The Growlers, as well as local legends, ‘Voiid’, Pandamic, and Something Something Explosion. On the back of the successful release of their new single 'hello', glasshouse will now embark on their first East Coast tour in November and December.

The Dark Moon Society are a four piece band that derives from the shadows of Brisbane. Their influences include, Black Sabbath, Queens of the Stone Age, Kyuss and Led Zeppelin.

Lunchtime is an original punk/grunge band from the northern suburbs of Brisbane. Fronted by twins Constance (guitar/vocals) and Eden Grafos (bass, keys/vocals), Lunchtime formed in February 2016 with guitarist Lachlan Quinn. Releasing their first EP, ‘Feedback’, a year later, their bubble-blowing, mintie-throwing live performances are known for their fierce punk energy and impromptu games of musical chairs. Recently joined by new drummer Tim Ward, a new album and tour is expected in the new year. Having taken on some of Brisbane’s finest live music venues such as The Zoo, The Woolly Mammoth and The Bearded Lady, Lunchtime headed to the studio to unleash their next single 'Show N Tell' which was released in February 2019. An album is in the works for summer 2019.

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