Beloved indie-pop groovers Client Liaison brought down the house on Saturday night, playing a sell-out gig at The Gov on the last stop of their tour. Supporting them was electro-funk genius Luke Million. Together, they guaranteed the night felt like a party from start to finish.
Luke Million captivated the audience as soon as he took the stage, drawing in crowds from the beer garden and bar. Before long, the crowd was packed out and jamming to Luke’s irrepressible beats. Looking mighty happy on stage with his trademark synthesizer, Luke treated punters to his new single ‘Back To The Rhythm’ and of course, his viral full-length version of the synth-laden Stranger Things theme song.
The crowd were riled up and ready for Client Liaison, who kicked off their set with the opening track ‘Canberra Won’t Be Calling Tonight’ from their most recent album, Diplomatic Immunity. Making their way through their set with infectious energy, the guys played a few more tracks off the album, before throwing it back to their 2014 self-titled EP. To the delight of the crowd, the guys performed tunes ‘Pretty Lovers’ and ‘Feeling’, which ensured everyone in the venue were off their seats and getting their groove on. A few more tunes (and multiple outfit changes) later, the band performed a surprise cover of Savage Garden’s ‘I Want You’ in their distinct 80’s synth-pop style, before ending the night on an all time high with ‘World Of Our Love’.
Luke Million and Client Liaison delivered an infectiously fun, high-energy show full of electro-funk goodness. Make sure you catch them next time they’re in town!
All images via respective artist's Facebook pages.
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