Kilbey will be presenting songs from his massive catalogue including solo works, collaborative pieces, The Church greats and some covers alongside Chilean musician Rodrigo Bustos.
It’ll be closer to the end of the year by the time Bin’s album comes out, so if you can’t wait and want to hear some of the newer material make sure you get down to one of their shows soon!
When tragedy strikes, musicians can often take one of two roads; they can suffocate themselves with self-pity, alcohol, and drugs, or they see the heartbreak and tragedy as a very potent source of inspiration and use music to help understand, express and cope with their emotions.
Each Thy Art Is Murder show on their upcoming Life In The Crosshairs tour should come with a disclaimer, one that advises that people attending should bring their own neck braces; they’ll need it for the self-induced whiplash they’ll incur from rocking out to the brand new sound the death metal outfit are bringing on the road.
Lines like ‘nothin brings the rain, like fake smiles… hands run like rivers babe, down you for miles’ show of his ability to convert compassionate observations into hauntingly beautiful lyrics and sounds.
It has been almost two years since Holy Holy last toured through the surfside town of Torquay when they joined The Drop festival alongside the likes of SAFIA, Dune Rats, San Cisco and Ruby Fields.