Contemporary Music



Fri 14 Feb 2014

 Supported by 44th Sunset

The band’s strength rests in its infectious, evocative songs and stirring live performances. SUB POP PRESIDENT, JONATHAN PONEMAN

Husky’s seductive folk gems speak to head and heart. Strong melodies and delicate intonations are trademarks, and powerful keys add funk, jazz and theatrics. Husky combine favourites from their debut release, Forever So, with an exciting preview of tracks from their brand new album.

Perth’s 44th Sunset comes armed with a handful of catchy tunes, an undeniable stage presence and a swathe of teenage fans. The lead single, ‘Caesar’, can be heard rattling the Triple J airwaves and The Boa Constrictor Hat EP, their first official record, rolls infectiously from upbeat pop through to long, dramatic ballads. Songwriter Nik Thompson, at only 18, pens tunes of a calibre that belies his age. Don’t miss them in the Gardens.

Set times:
8pm: 44th Sunset
9.15pm: Husky

Image: Shawn Brackbill                              Listen on Spotify 


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Fri 14 Feb 2014
Chevron Festival Gardens

Fri 14 Feb, 8pm


Standard $40
Friends $35

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