To celebrate the release of their new EP 'Shadows and the Sounds of the Night' set for release on the 8th October, Jack Davies & The Bush Chooks are playing their largest and most noteworthy show to date at The Regal Theatre.
The very regal, Regal Theatre will play host to this intimate night of music, where you'll connect with these artists like you never have before. Be the first to hear their new music, not yet, played to a crowd with sets by Nika Mo and The Feast of Snakes.
2021 has been a big year for Jack Davies and The Bush Chooks with a string of sold out shows around the country, a fully sold-out solo residency, and an appearance at SOTA Festival in WA.
JACK DAVIES & THE BUSH CHOOKS
- When: Thursday 14 October 2021, 7.30pm - 10.30pm
- Where: The Regal Theatre
- Cost: $35 + BF
Busker, rambler, egg scrambler... Jack Davies is widely regarded for his witty lyricism and powerful storytelling. After joining forces with his merry band of bush chooks, the group's thundering folk-rock ballads quickly garnered acclaim across the country. Recently, they took home the WAM award for best folk act, a SOTY award for best country song, and an NLMA award for WA's best live act. Now, after having the world flipped upside down, hard fried, the chooks gleefully return to the WA stage with more energy than ever.
Melancholy-folk that makes the Perth mundane sound somewhat poetic. In 2021 Nika Mo’s trajectory is taking a tangential swerve, with mundane Perth-poeticisms giving way to theatrical freak-folk. Making and performing on Whadjuk Noongar boodja, sovereignty was never ceded.
THE FEAST OF SNAKES
W.A. underground three piece, The Feast of Snakes, have been playing across Perth since 2016. Featuring songs and singing by Cuss front man, Lewis O’Donnell with Olivia O'Donnell and Peter Leveson-Gower, known also as experimental noise duo, Psychopomps, and Pete as longtime bass man for Peter Bibby's Dog Act and the guitarist for The Darling Rangers. The band have played throughout the years, recorded across their two live albums, with standout performances supporting over east acts such as All The Weathers and The High Beamers, a set on the final Camp Doogs stage and touring Melbourne weeks before the pandemic with a performance at the legendary Tote front bar.
With the release of their debut studio album in August, The Feast of Snakes wrangle their live compositions of garage-rock and post punk into harmonious, carnivalesque chaos, circling each other like poodles dancing around a giant Fabergé egg ready to fall.