TEENAGE KICKS AT BURLEIGH BAZAAR ANNOUNCE STACKED LINEUP FOR MINI-FEST ON THE GOLD COAST
TEENAGE KICKS AT BURLEIGH BAZAAR
ANNOUNCE STACKED LINEUP
FOR MINI-FEST ON THE GOLD COAST
Gold Coast – Get on this! The team behind Best Night Ever have pulled a bunch of rad bands together for a mid-summer Sunday Session mini-fest to present Teenage Kicks at Burleigh Bazaar on Sunday 7 February.
Spending 2020 slow-cooking a flavoursome psych-rock stew, Brisbane’s’ Nice Biscuit, return to the Goldy with their new single ‘Fem Chem’, and a new EP titled “Create Simulate” due to satisfy your hungry ears in early 2021.
Electrifying and cinematic, expect a colourful sonic and visual show featuring out of this world costumes and a genre-bending repertoire of songs from this DIY psych-garage collective.
Joining them on the drive down the M1 from Brisvegas, Concrete Surfers are a Brisbane band to the core and create a unique blend of garage-rock and pop. Their distinctive sound and energetic live performance have created a fast-moving trajectory for the group of four and 2020 saw the release of the song ‘Never Understood’ – a track that was produced by Fletcher Matthews (Dear Seattle, Sweater Curse, CLEWS, Fritz).
Hailing from the nation’s capital to make their first-ever Gold Coast appearance Teen Jesus & the Jean Teasers are a band of four nineteen year old gals with a penchant for plaid and a knack for crafting gritty, nostalgic grunge pop.
Their 2019 breakout single, the alt-rock infused ‘I Like That You Like That’, showcased a darker and more mature evolution of sound for the four-piece, and was followed up by ‘See You In A Bit (I Still Care)’ – a tenacious and honest ode to love-hate relationships. With a whole lot of love for both each other and their audiences, and a whole lot more in store, Teen Jesus & the Jean Teasers are a name you need to know.
Since Teenage Joans first burst onto the stage only one year ago, they have left every room they play full of brand new and soon-to-be long-time fans. This year the triumphant indie/pop-punk two-piece took home the crown as triple j Unearthed High winners of 2020 and aren’t planning on slowing down anytime soon. Cahli and Tahlia have a lot to say and they are going to say it, you are going to listen, and nobody is going to stand in their way.
Coming in hot from Jervis Bay, NSW, Debbies are a two-piece rock band with a sound that combines those summery slacker vibes with upbeat hard-hitting rock melodies. The band have fast become one of the most buzzed-about new names in Australian rock music after being named one of the five triple j Unearthed High finalists for 2019.
Looking for all-female, all punk rock, all the time? You can’t go past the 5 piece powerhouse of Being Jane Lane! Dropping catchy punk rock tunes with attitude, if you haven’t yet jumped on the Being Jane Lane bandwagon, now is a damn good time to do so.
To join the other ladies on stage, will also be Gold Coast local Lily Papas. The singer-songwriter has been known with her introspective indie pop, noting musical influencers from Florence & The Machine, Lana Del Rey, London Grammar and David Bowie.
Tickets are now on sale via Oztix and is a 16+ event.