Written by: Esperance Tide | September 04, 2019
Ahead of their upcoming gig, we spoke REAL quickly with The Southern River Band’s frontman Cal Karmer via good ol’ email. Watch them play along with supporting acts Grand Casual and Roobs and the Washing Line Economy, down at the Cannery Arts Centre on Saturday, September 7. Get your tickets before they sell out (because we know it will). Head to the Cannery’s website for more info.
UPDATE: This event is officially, sold out.
Oh, you know, troubled kid, wrong side of the tracks. I was selling pot behind the library when I was eleven, just to be able to eat. School and me ain’t never agreed none and we always kept a distance between us. Learnt everything I needed to out in the field called LIFE.
We’ve popped our cherry, so to type, and this’ll be our follow up to that, which’d be a pear I guess. Personally, more than that.
Perth Plasterboard Centre Stadium in Inglewood.
In alphabetical order - ADHD, Optimism, Negligence and a Spotlight VIP membership.
Put a few Coopers in Esperance’s own Cole Bishop, wind him up and watch him go!
The crows that have moved into the trees surrounding my house since the Macca’s opened up shout at the top of their tiny little lungs, as they do every day here in paradise.
Like someone who’s really, really shit at juggling.
Run a nice hot bath, pour a glass of delicious milk, count backwards from 100 and drift away with the Sandman.
It’s not so much a plan as a vision.
Neither, coffee gives me heart palpitations and beer (ew) is gross!
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