Yours & Owls presents
Food Court // Los Scallywaggs // Creo // Seaside Tickets
4:00pm, Sun 5 November, 2017
North Wollongong Hotel, NSW
Together with our friends from Yours & Owls we are bringing back the best Sunday Sessions in the Illawarra. Every Sunday from 4pm, we will put on the freshest live entertainment in the North Gong Beer Garden.
*** FREE ENTRY ***
Currently on tour supporting Tired Lion, Sydney's garage punk outfit Food Court today announce a
headline run around the country for November. The band kicked off 2017 with performances at
SxSW which landed them in DIY Magazine's "Best Things We Saw At SxSW" list. See what all the
fuss is about when Food Court hit the road in support of forthcoming album, Good Luck, slated for
release on September 22nd on Dine Alone Records.
Latest single 'I've Been Wrong' taps into the lyrical themes of the album: mistakes, loss and
learning and was recently added to Fbi.
Food Court's long-awaited debut long-player Good Luck was recorded with the esteemed John
Castle at the legendary Shed Studios (You Am I, Vance Joy, The Bamboos, Jack River). The 11
tracks were recorded in a week and the result is a classic debut, a scrapbook of stories delivered
through melody-driven garage punk.
LOS SCALLYWAGGS are a three piece made up of two brothers and a good mate that formed in late 2014.
Influenced by the Californian garage punk/rock scene create by bands like Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall and Meatbodies.
LS live shows are fast paced, energetic and loud which results in a lot of beer spillage.
Sydney four-piece who do their own take on rock and roll.
Emerging from the sparkling waters of beautiful Byron Bay, 'Seaside' are a four-piece indie band with a sultry dream-pop sound.
Formed in 2016, Chris Mellross (drums), Tom Ketelaars (bass) began recording with the songwriting duo of Darcy Dexter (vocals) and Brady Hudgson (guitar), Seaside kicked off 2017 with a slew of local shows and the release of their debut E.P "Wavy Baby" recorded and mixed by Mitta Norath (featuring the songs "Down To The Water" and "Sucked In To You", both receiving airplay on national radio station Triple J.