The evening of Sunday, 5 August, sees The Scottish Prince, at Palm Beach, play host to a killer double header of live music, featuring The Shambolics and Jack Tully.
The Shambolics, featuring the local talents of Asho, Matt and Brad, channel a neat line in surf-country vibes, with a wry, distinctly Aussie outlook. They’re renowned for their inclusive, good-time approach to performing, and are sure to warm the cockles and incite merriment.
Their debut single, ‘A Life Thing’, was recorded at Wild Mountain Studios and produced by Jamie Trevaskis, whose credits include Robert Forster and The Gin Club. You can check it out here.
Jack Tully, together with backing band The Seers, round out the line up. Also possessing a uniquely Australian vibe, their wide-screen, evocative, rootsy guitar sounds and poetic lyrics never fail to delight when they step on stage.
They’ve been working on a new album (in follow up to their well received 2015 effort, ‘The Keeping’), which was recorded live in one room at Inky Studios in Byron Bay with producer Jordan Power, who’s also worked Angus Stone and Kasey Chambers.
In the lead up, Jack and band have just released the first single from the record, ‘The Great Tragedy’.
“Music is being free, nothing else really comes into it. Most other places in life you don’t get that freedom, but with music you have a chance to speak your truth and to make your own meaning of it all.” – Jack Tully
The Shambolics and Jack Tully play The Scottish Prince, in Palm Beach, on the evening of Sunday, 5 August.