Head along to the Bluebee Room this Friday night to witness the launch of indie singer MANE’s EP ‘House of Horror’.
After beginning the recording process in May 2015, ‘House of Horror’ is finally ready for the world, and judging from what we’ve heard from MANE, aka Paige Renee Court, thus far with jaded single ‘Bitter’ it will be utterly seductive. Between her embroiling and bluesy tones and her full bodied voice, the performance is set to be encapsulating.
Local Adelaide bluesy fella Ollie English and enthralling folk singer/songwriter Jordan Lee Tito will support on the night. Kicking off at 8pm, make sure you get in early so that you don’t miss out on what will surely be a night of ethereal tunes and goods vibes.
Header image via MANE.
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