On the back of the success of triple J unearthed favourite ‘Bring Me Here’ earlier this year, Fake Sibling are back with an inspiring collection of electronic daydreams to soundtrack your Sunday arvo session at the Wesley Anne in Northcote on 22nd October 2017.
Joining Fake Sibling on stage will be James Mackey (Winter York) on bass and Alex Gooding (Passerine) on drums help them recreate their electronic sound.
Offering their talents in support are acoustic folk artist and guitarist for Gretta Ray—Connor Black-Harry—and indie dream-rockers—Once Were Wild—who are returning to the stage with some new music fresh from the studio.
The show starts at 2.30 pm at the Wesley Anne in Northcote. Tickets are $10 and can be bought on the door.
About Fake Sibling:
Fake Sibling’s music can be described as ‘dream pop’ or ‘electronic chill’, with influences from the likes of Pink Floyd and Fleetwood Mac through to Bonobo and Portishead.
Effortlessly shot through with glimmers of guitar melodies, the bright light of Sophie Officer’s celestial vocals dance among precise production to earn Fake Sibling comparisons to The XX, Bonobo and London Grammar.