Perth boys, Slumberjack, blessed our beloved Fat Controller last weekend with an amazing show for their Fracture Tour. Not only were they gnarly at Groovin' The Moo, but they showed Radelaide just how to party with an extremely distinguished set. The duo, Morgan Then and Fletcher Ehlers, started back in 2013 and were Triple J's Unearthed 'Listen Out' winners of 2014. Slumberjack gave us a taste of their tight melodic tunes and wicked drum work - their Fat Controller set was mind-blowing and proved just how talented these lads really are!
When walking into the venue Saturday night, you were hit with a brain rattling bass from support act Kuren, who threw a fantastic set that got the crowd prepped and ready for the main duo. Both acts were very aesthetically pleasing, with visuals and the outstanding energy brought into every song.
"We are Slumberjack. We usually sleep but sometimes make music." - Slumberjack describing themselves for the Triple J audience.
The boys treated fans by spinning their recently released track 'Fracture' with the stunning Vera Blue on vocals, it was one of those very special moments where you close your eyes, sing at the top of your lungs and just know life is good. Live music is one of life's best experiences, and Slumberjack definitely proved that point during their very magnificent set.
If you were lucky enough to snag yourself a ticket to the sold out show, you understand how mind-boggling the night was. The show was tune, after tune, after tune and the crowd were loving every minute of it. Hallucinatory brilliance! The duo will head to their next show in Sydney on the 26th of May, head to Melbourne on the 27th and end the tour in Perth on the 2nd of June.
ONYA SLUMBERJACK, 'twas a night to remember.
Went to the show? Still suffering from post-Slumberjack depression? Then blast their music and relive the night again!
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