Album of the Week

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The album of the week this week is…

PETE ALLAN COLECTIVE – Single “Summer Holiday”
Sunshine Coast QLD
Pop, rock, surf

Sunshine Coast singer songwriter Pete Allan endured a tough 18-24 months a few of years ago with a back injury curtailing his day job as a landscaper. Since recovering, he has carved out a career in the pubs, clubs, cafes and RSLs across the south east of Qld and now, with the launch of his new single around a more permanent Collective of musicians including Josiah Chapman on keys & bass and Dan Seese handling percussion & drumming, the PETE ALLAN COLLECTIVE premiered the single “Summer Holiday” in far North Queensland last weekend.

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BRITTLE SUN – ‘SPACE DOGS AND ORPHANS’
Melbourne VIC
Garage folk, rock

“Laika” is the lead single from Melbourne roots band Brittle Sun’s new EP ‘Space Dogs And Orphans’ showcasing the powerful yet fragile voice of lead vocalist Viki Mealings who featured at a recent Live At The Chapel gig in Melton. The album is classic bluesy psychedelic garage folk roots soft rock across five tracks you will have on repeat.

See more at: Brittle Sun

FOR KING & COUNTRY – ‘BURN THE SHIPS’
Sydney NSW/Nashville TN
Pop rock

If you have not already heard, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN? For King & Country have released the schedule for their Australian tour which is Phase 1 of their Burn The Ships World Tour 2019 and it kicks off in Sydney at the Opera House on the 28 Jan after two dates in NZ, one of which is at Festival One on 26th. The seven date leg sees them hit all major centres except the Apple Isle and Darwin both of whom should be seething at missing out and lobbying for one of the free/travel dates in the schedule. Keep listening for updates.

See more at: for King & Country