Fresh from a tour in the US (including performing as SXSW – no biggie), Melbourne lady and Triple J Top 100 musician, Alex Lahey will soon be beginning her Australian tour.
Plus, she’s coming to Adelaide... so get ready.
Touring her B-Grade University album, the Wes Anderson Tour kicks off mid-May and ends early June. Lahey will be in Adelaide on the 2nd of June, performing groovy tracks like the song that inspired the album’s name, Ivy League, as well as her Top 100 song, You Don’t Think You Like People Like Me.
It’s set to be one hell of a show.
With lines such as, ‘If I was an Ivy League kind of girl, do you think that they would give me more shifts at work?’ and ‘I went to a B-grade university and got myself an arts degree,’ we can relate. The 9–5 heartache is real, and spending a night dancing our woes away with this soon-to-be Australian icon might just heal our pain. Even for a little while.
It seems like Lahey is making the whole music thing work out. Maybe she won’t need that arts degree, after all (definitely not).
What: Alex Lahey’s ‘Wes Anderson Tour’
When: 2nd of June, at 9pm
Where: Rocket Bar & Rooftop, Hindley Street
Tickets: Available here
All images via Alex Lahey's Facebook page.
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