Friday 21 May 2021 | 8:30pm
Hurricane Fall – the fittest band in Australian Country Music (call them on it and you’ll be challenged to a “lift off”) – are back with a new single, on a new label with the modern country sound that is set to turn heads with a neck-snapping velocity in 2021. The success of their previous single ‘Aftertaste’ has seen them gaining national airplay across the country on stations including Triple M Country, Kix Country and Today’s Country 94.1. The single was also added to Spotify’s “Fresh Country” playlist, racking up over 120,000 streams. They have gathered their first Golden Guitar nomination and a new record deal, ensuring that this year is shaping up as a big one for the boys.
Cass Hopetoun + Elias BarthomoneoSupport Acts for Love In Us Tour
Hurricane Fall have had a very colourful history for such a young band. They were given an exclusive televised gig to play a private show for Sophie Monk during her star turn on The Bachelorette. They have supported Billy Ray Cyrus on his 2018 Australian Tour, as well as playing alongside The Wolfe Brothers, Kasey Chambers, O’Shea and many more. They are regulars at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Top Paddock Music Festival, Deni Ute Muster, and they have plenty more gigs lined up for 2021. Oh, and singer Pepper Deroy has fully recovered from his injuries in that 2019 Air Canada turbulence episode!
Hurricane Fall were nominated for their very first Golden Guitar this year in the category of “Group/Duo of the Year.” Fronted by two extraordinary lead singers – Jesse Vee and Pepper Deroy – Hurricane Fall are one of Australian country’s hardest working live acts with an enviably young following. They are hitting the road in support of ‘Lost in Us’ throughout rural Queensland, Hervey Bay, throughout NSW, down to the south coast to the Illawarra and across the Snowy Mountains to Tumbafest in Tumbarumba. Their exhaustive road miles will take in the Deni Ute Muster, Music in the Mulga, and the Bush to the Bar Festival in the process.Hurricane Fall’s new offering ‘Lost in Us’ is guaranteed to get you lost in them, and as they sing within: “We’ll never give up”. They will be so busy this year, so that’s unlikely to happen in the near future, and with an earworm like this one, they’ll unlikely be forgotten any time soon either.
Doors open: 8pm
Hurricane Fall: 9:30pm