Friday 6 November SOLD OUT

Music on the Hill, Friday 6 November, Red Hill Pavilion, doors open 7pm.

Suzannah Espie, The Yearlings, Chris Commerford SOLD OUT!

Suzannah Espie is touring her brand new critically acclaimed album Mother’s Not Feeling Herself Today, a collection of songs about her experience of motherhood. She will be joined at MOTH by guitarist Sean McMahon.

“A singer and storyteller of real gravity” The Age

“Espie’s latest is an honest, heart-wrenching and life-affirming affair” The Music

“Suzannah Espie is one of Australia’s most enchanting artists” JB Hi-Fi Stack Mag.

South Australians Robyn Chalken and Chris Parkinson are The Yearlings. They play a unique brand of Australian alt. country, steeped in Americana traditions. Brooding ballads, rolling roots and haunting harmonies.

Dark and sparse, yet full to the brim with imagery and atmosphere. With Parkinson’s signature guitar tones and Chalklen’s hypnotic prose they deliver their tunes with a confidence that carries an addictive fragility.

Their fifth studio album All The Wandering ended up on many 2014 albums of the year lists.

“One of the best roots rock records I’ve heard from Australia, or anywhere, this year.” Noel Mangel, Courier Mail

“This is the record I’ve been waiting for.” Marty Jones, Rhythms Magazine.

Local singer songwriter Chris Commerford will open the night at 7.30pm.

 

Suzannah Espie – I Wish I Had a Sister

The Yearlings – Drive All Night