Now four albums in, sold-out shows across Australia and the UK for their ‘Opera Oblivia’ World Tour last year, stand-out sets at Unify Gathering two years in a row and ARIA nods, it’s crazy to think Hellions emerged at a time where the heavier music scene in Australia was on the out.
This year Pivot Summit is moving beyond the surface and will look at some of the darker impacts of technology and why we need to be smarter about how we incorporate it into our lives, embracing the theme ‘Tech vs Humanity’.
In April, Crighton is bringing these gothic re-imagining’s of rural Australia on tour again, this time trying it out solo for the first time for a stripped back and intimate series of performances.
Starting out as a wandering musicians from Sydney and turning into one of the regions hottest brass-pop bands, the Hot Potato Band are the next discovery for fans of Fat Freddy’s Drop and Snarky Puppy.
Forté chat to organiser Andrew Gray ahead of the event.