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Surry Hills, Sydney

Thursday 14th March

Live on the
Golden Stage

'Habits' Single Launch

Emerging from the sparkling waters of beautiful Byron Bay, Seaside are a four-piece indie band with a sultry dream-pop sound. The bands hypnotising live show has captivated audiences all over the country and seen them share the stage with the likes of The Jungle Giants, Last Dinosaurs, Angus & Julia Stone & Killing Heidi. Seaside are kicking off 2019 with the release of their hotly anticipated new single ‘Habits’, launching on our Golden Stage with support from FLTRS.

Lyrically inspired by the obsessive compulsive tendencies of lead singer Darcy Dexter. ‘Habits’ is a pristine piece of indie pop co-written, co-produced and mixed by Dylan Nash, who has previously worked with such big names as Dean Lewis and Angus & Julia Stone. The release of ‘Habits’ follows the success of Seaside’s previous single ‘Golden Girl’, a song that earned them regular rotation on Triple J, as well as close to half a million streams on Spotify. Catch Seaside throughout February playing at the Party In The Paddock, Grampians Music Festival and Byron Bay Surf Festival.

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 20th July
Single Launch
Marking the release of his debut album as Boydos, Blue Mountains' own Eddie Boyd takes to our Golden Stage to tackle the woes of modern life with a '70s-tinged sensibility.
Friday 26th July
Reflections IX
Meet us in the bar to see acclaimed trio Retiree as part of Reflections — our special series of live music performances presented monthly on Friday evenings.
Saturday 27th July
with Eleanor Jacks
From a milky ripple of orchestral strings, groaning woodwinds and heavy-lidded horns, JEFFE’s woozy first single ‘Whoever You Love’ doesn’t announces itself so much as dreamily unspool.
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