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Live & Local: Humble Armada

We are HUMBLED to have our elite August line up of Live & Local. Humble Armada will be delivering the GOODS up on the big stage on Friday 9th August.

Joined by equally epic, Bush Telly and Shorehaven, it’s set to be a ripper.

Free entry, local legends & cosy vibes. Why the heck not.



Humble Armada is a five piece indie rock band originating from Perth, Western Australia. Made up of Matt Simich, Ollie Kable, Patch Carlton, Luke Peachey and Ben Giangiulio – Humble Armada are entering 2024 exploring a new era of the band drawing inspiration from New York / UK artists like DIIV, Beach Fossils and King Krule. Intertwining their signature psychedelic indie rock sound with a blend of guitar driven, whimsical melodies, Humble Armada are gearing up for a huge year of shows and festival appearances in the coming months 🤙



Based in Perth, Western Australia, Bush Telly emerged as a musical enigma renowned for their distinctive blend of infectious melodies, intricate rhythmic grooves and explosive psychedelic guitar tones. Bush Telly’s artistic identity thrives on unpredictability, ensuring that each performance is a dynamic journey that keeps their audience on their toes. The band’s creative and original approach towards music is quickly solidifying their status as a truly unique and compelling act.



In an ocean of Indie Bands, Shorehaven have been making ‘waves’ in the scene by cultivating genre-bending anthems that take influence from music all across the board. Each hailing from the far reaches of Perth Western Australia, the band consists of Hannah Gill, Joel Pitkethley, Aidan Walker, Isaac Aquilina and Corey Loiacano. This unlikely bunch first met as students in 2022 and despite contrasting tastes, bonded over their deep passion for music. 2023 saw the release of their debut singles ‘sun-kissed love’ followed by ‘tangelo’, and ‘feminine’, with their exciting blend of vibrant melodies and guitar-driven pop/rock being likened to huge acts such as Spacey Jane, The Kooks and The Jungle Giants. Their debut EP ‘Milly’s Car Ride’ is out now.