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Paramount House
80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Thursday 16th May

Live on the
Golden Stage

Georgia Spain
Georgia Spain
Sydney Album Launch

Georgia Spain found her voice and a way to make sense of the senseless following the death of her sister in 2012. The Melbourne-based musician learned to turn towards songwriting and performing to express her experience. Since her debut EP Precious Company (2015), she has been performing nationally and internationally with her band and is ready to release her debut full-length album Trouble Isn’t Something You Can Hold — out independently on May 3rd 2019.

A powerful rumination on the effects of death, loss and love, its songs stem from a deeply personal place. The album is about turning inwards, familial relationships following a major trauma, new love, and looking outwards at the disturbing changes in the world in a time of social, political and earthly crisis.

Doors open at 4pm, performance starts at 9pm sharp
Drink Special
From 8:30pm, enjoy Surry Hills Pils for $6 ea or 4 for $20 courtesy of our mates at Sydney Brewery
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+

Upcoming Shows

Saturday 22nd June
Single Launch
Tiarnie is an up-and-coming alternative rock artist who recently moved from a rural town near Canberra to the big smoke of Sydney — known for a fierce vocal tone, intricate guitar riffs and punchy percussion.
Saturday 29th June
The Elevator District
with Skinny Legions
The Elevator District are one of Sydney’s fastest growing young bands of 2019, winning over audiences with their infectious mix of neo-soul, future-funk and jazz — performing with support from Skinny Legions.
Saturday 6th July
Single Launch
Central Coast-based indie-rock trio Nelipot bring their signature flair to adoring fans across the East Coast in honour of their striking new single 'Garden Hose Rainbow'.
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