With just one month to go until our next shows, we’re excited to announce that we are allowed to fit more people into Anglesea Memorial Hall! And that means we have just released more tickets to see Liz Stringer on Friday 4 June and Kim Churchill on Saturday 5 June. But you’d better be quick for Liz, as we have already announced these tickets to our waiting list and they might already be snapped up!
|LIZ STRINGER’S NEW ALBUM IS OUT NOW|
And it’s getting plenty of attention – including a 4½ review from NME
|WATCH THE CLIP FOR KIM CHURCHILL’S SONG WAITING FOR THE SUN HERE|
MEET MERPIRE …
Supporting Liz Stringer on Friday 4 June
Merpire, the moniker of Melbourne-based artist Rhiannon Atkinson-Howatt, writes music living somewhere between the rom-com and horror movie sections in her mind. Off the back of her independent, debut EP release in 2018 she showcased at Bigsound and sold out her Endless Chatter EP tour. By the end of 2019, Merpire had accrued an impressive list of supports including Julia Jacklin, Angie McMahon, Didirri and Gengahr (UK).
A Merpire live show flows between intimate pop ballads and fully immersive alt-indie heart-shakers. Have a listen here: https://youtu.be/iDO6VTwN8c0
MEET LIBBY STEEL … Supporting Kim Churchill on Saturday 5 June
Libby Steel is an alternative pop singer-songwriter based on the Surf Coast. Known for her strong soulful vocals, she has taken her explosive set across the country, supporting acts like San Cisco, Harts, Taylor Henderson and more. Her music has captured the attention of triple j where she has received stellar coverage and reviews from presenters praising her big and versatile voice in clever pop songs. She’s due to release her debut EP this year so this is one artist to say you saw back when!
Have a listen to Libby here: https://youtu.be/qgwBn7MDQSI