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Amber Mic Presents: Colonial Live

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Dancefloors are open!

Live Music is back in Melbourne!

Live Music is back at Colonial Hotel again.

After hosting many nightclub events live music is set to return at The Colonial Hotel & adding to the number of original live music venues in Melbourne CBD.

National booking agency Amber Mic will celebrating the return of live music in Melbourne by hosting a show featuring Melbourne indie bands Roy Brady, Backyard Mafia, The Flock & Going Swimming Colonial Hotel on Thurs Dec 2nd.

A young indie-folk artist hailing from southwest Victoria, Joey Brady’s solo project “Roy Brady” began during COVID lockdown, where he started writing and recording in his bungalow. Since then, he’s released 4 singles and an EP, playing these at a number of venues since the beginning of 2021 - most notably - two sold-out headliner shows at the Workers Club in Fitzroy. He and his band have also performed at St. Kilda’s Espy, the Northcote Social Club and the Retreat Hotel in Brunswick. Roy’s latest track ‘Sue Me’ had success on the indie charts, reaching the top 20 in the triple j unearthed charts. Brady combines aspects of psychedelic indie rock, as well as his roots in folk, to create a new and exciting sound, drawing influence from artists such as Bon Iver, King Krule and Boy & Bear.

Backyard Mafia are a Melbourne indie/pop/rock band who make rock n’ roll music for your listening pleasure. If you like to jump up and down and dance around without thinking too heavily, our shows are for you! If you’re the contemplating type, bring a book, sit back and have a deep thought while soaking in the silky smooth vibes. You really can’t lose.

The Flock is a 5-piece alt-rock group from Melbourne’s Inner East, well known around the Melbourne live music scene, having played unforgettable sets at iconic venues like The Worker’s Club, Revolver Upstairs, and the Gasometer Hotel. The Flock dropped their eponymous debut EP in February 2019, landing 2 singles in the Triple J Unearthed charts, with “Given the Reasons” taking out top spot in the Rock charts, and reaching 5th spot overall. The boys then followed this release with their infamous EP Launch at Nevermind in March 2019. The Melbourne-born outfit have continued their massive 2019 with new single ‘Say What You Like’, an in-your-face rock anthem that will have you singing along in no time. They have just released their latest single, Welcome to My Life, This single is the 2nd release from The Flock since their debut EP, and builds on the upbeat energy and confidence that anchors their biggest single ‘Given the Reasons’ – if you liked that track, you’ll love this one.

Local Melbourne punks Going Swimming have returned with their raucous new single ‘Sunny Trude’ as they announce the upcoming release of their second full length LP, ‘Sultans of Swim’. Never ones to take themselves too seriously, Going Swimming have returned to their surf-punk roots with this new release, and the title is a tongue-in-cheek acknowledgment of that. Enlisting the help of Rohan Sforcina (Dune Rats, Gold Class), Ash Briody (Empat Lima, Sugar Fed Leopards) and Joe Carra (King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Eddy Current Suppression Ring), the band recorded at Head Gap studios earlier in the year and the album is set to be released towards the end of 2017, following up from their well-received, blistering debut, ‘Deadtime Stories’. Sunny Trude sees Going Swimming at their rollicking best, ripping through just over 3 mins of shredded guitar lines, booming bass and tempo-changing, tom-thumping drums.

What are you doing with your Thurs night? Support local indie bands & venues. Presale tickets $15+BF via TryBooking. Grab your tickets & bring your mates. Don't miss out!

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