From its inception, Adelaide blues/folk six piece The Skeleton Club has been the makeshift home for a coming-together of storytellers.
Brothers and dual-frontmen Tom and Nick Vasic openly spill brutally cathartic anecdotes, shaped by the highs and lows of their contrasting vocal ranges and together the band deliver a wall of sound that takes influence from genres such as country, blues, folk, latin, gospel and soul.
Having already shared the stage with an array of high class acts including Paul Kelly, Tash Sultana, Marlon Williams and The Black Sorrows, The Skeleton Club are intent on proving that their eclectic sound suits all stages and are romping and rocking their way across Australia from dive bars to houseboats and backyards to festivals to bring you their unique brand of troubadour blues/pop.
Now, these Adelaide legends are heading to Geelong in support of their brand new single: ‘Devil at the Door’.
The band will be joined by Paul Reid and Hiddenite for an evening of blues, folk and Americana goodness, that showcases the unique, buttery and rich vocal harmonies of one of South Australia’s most speedily emerging acts