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Dean Forever w/ Z-Star Delta, Fugitive & The Vagabond

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New Adelaide based female fronted dream-pop outfit Dean Forever have a modern sound mixed with an era you just can’t place. With inspiration stemming from their love of various contemporary styles, they deliver an interesting, catchy and eclectic sound with full driving rhythms and lyrically heartfelt, feminine vocals.

DEAN FOREVER come to Hey Wire to celebrate and share their debut album just after it's release with special guests Z-Star Delta (UK) and home band Fugitive & the Vagabond.

Z-Star Delta:
The explosive duo features the electrifying award-winning frontwoman Zee Gachette deemed “one to watch” by BBC Radio 2 (drums and acoustic guitar), and guitar prodigy Sebastien Heintz, who effortlessly deliver a fascinating cinematic road trip of sound. Zee’s hypnotic presence, bewitching raspy blue tones, big acoustic guitars and swampy grooves laced with Seb’s dark desert slide, psyche blues guitars and synth make for a beautifully dangerous concoction. From the acoustic sublime, to high octane rock. Sensual, expansive, powerful. The duo’s sound journeys through an intoxicating and experimental mix of Country Blues and Desert Rock.

Fugitive & the Vagabond:
Through storytelling, passion and an absolute respect for their art, Fugitive & The Vagabond are fast becoming the leaders of the Brisbane (and Australian) folk and blues movement, all the while showing in their live performances that they are not afraid to push the boundaries of their sound. The unique raconteuring poetry of Jordan Merrick and his group of Vagabonds take Australian audiences on a journey only folk can.

Free entry as always, See you there!

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“Instantly makes me think of a million bands, but not one in particular. Dreamy, but focused.” – Richard Kingsmill

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