Indie/soul/funk trio TYDE are taking their show to Lazybones level 2 for the Sydney leg of their tour, side-by-side with psychedelic-folk-rocker Jordan Kenny (band), and punchy pop-punk outfit Sal & the Mandas.
Though it will be the first ever Sydney show for QLD band TYDE, it will also be a homecoming of sorts for their front-woman Ella Belfanti Music, who was Sydney born and raised. She left with her guitar in hand, and will return with her new band.
3 bands, 3 genres, 3rd day of the week (it is Wednesday, my dudes). Get yourself a $10 pizza special and have a tasty hump-day boogie!
Wednesday 18th March
– Doors/restaurant 7pm
– Sal & the Mandas 8:30pm, Jordan Kenny 9:30pm, TYDE 10:30pm
– $10 PIZZA SPECIAL, OH YESSSS
– $15 on the door
If you merged Matt Corby, John Butler Trio, and London Grammar, you’d get newly formed 3-piece TYDE. Fronted renowned percussive guitarist and singer/songwriter Ella Belfanti, TYDE’s show will have you both grooving to infectious hooks and reflecting on your life choices with their introspective lyricism. With a rich soundscape that ebbs and flows between soul, folk, and alternative rock, TYDE is a force to be reckoned with.
Jordan Kenny (Sydney):
Sydney based artist Jordan Kenny has a voice that takes you into a blissful realm of nostalgia. His animated, raw and captivating vocals are heightened by his poetic songwriting and powerful guitar riffs, making it impossible to turn your spirit away. The singer/songwriter’s evocative and soulful style is comparable to that of Kevin Morby, Matt Corby and Cass McCombs, creating a sound that is like looking at folk music through a psychedelic telescope.
Sal & the Mandas (Sydney):
Sydney pop-punks Sal & The Mandas deliver a sound that is wonderfully punchy, pacey and raucous. Influenced by the likes of Queens of the Stone Age and The White Stripes, they have a live show that promises loud guitars and maybe even some inflatable salamanders.