Indie-rock supergroup of sorts, SAND BROTHERS are releasing their long-awaited debut album TOO MUCH SKY.
on Sunday 28th May matinee show at the Workers Club, Fitzroy.
Don’t miss your chance to catch one of their rare Melbourne shows.
Doors open, 1pm.
With support from the Marcel Borrack Band and Janie Gordon.
Tickets available through OZTIX.
TOO MUCH SKY is OUT NOW on Summer Storm Records
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Sand Brothers is a new musical project formed by Greg Walker (Machine Translations) and Rick Sands (The Night Party), along with Pete Cook (Yamamoto), Din Roberts (Kutcha Edwards Band) and Glen Scarlett (Oak). Their music taps into an immediate and deep melodic seam of driving Australiana, mined by the likes of The Triffids, Crow, The Bad Seeds and Died Pretty – resulting in atmospheres of urgency and calm, shadows of light and dark, power and restraint.
Sand Bothers are launching their debut album, ‘Too Much Sky’ across May.
Their recent single, ‘Adelaide’ was hailed as “a jangling, sparkling slice of antipodean summer.”
‘Too Much Sky’ is out in May on vinyl and all streaming services through Summer Storm Records.