Back for one night only, Melbourne indie cult band UndergroundLOVERS brought the tent down, as they premiered their latest album release, Staring At You Staring At Me.
During their reign on top during the late 90s/early 2000s the mates of nearly 30 years amassed a cult following, won ARIAs and defined themselves as a gang who pushed boundaries to become more than just a typical easy rock pub band. Their latest musical offering satiates any old school fan with a string of new songs that deliver their signature style; a mix of heavy base and moody riffs that are always hypnotic and sometimes just a bit psychedelic.
Fans filed in last night to the Fortuna Spiegeltent in The Garden to be treated to over an hour of pure, unadulterated bangers, including old favourites like ‘Losin' It', ‘Your Eyes’ and ‘Las Vegas’, as well as some already popular tracks off the new album. The gang delivered the goods and proved that you don’t need pomp, circumstance or a stylist to be a class act.
While there are no dates set in stone for when they’ll be back, front man Vincent Giarrusso promised we’d be hearing from them soon at a pub close to you!
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Not only will you be getting the chance to catch some wicked local acts, but by heading along to OXJAM you will also be contributing to the outstanding work that Oxfam Australia.
I have no faults with the Aussie talent this play centres around, but I do have faults with the characters they portray.
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Because no person who is homeless should feel like they’re walking alone.