Jack Botts + Pat Devlin + Steve Cousins
LIVE IN THE BASEMENT // Unwinded presents a night of '60s garage rock and surf // FREE ENTRY
Bringing in 2019 with dates supporting Pierce Brothers and The Dreggs, as well as opening up The Hills Are Alive, Jack is continuing his organic growth by supporting Tay Oskee in May and playing Music in the Woods in June. These dates will be accompanied by the release of a live video for ‘The Coffee Song’, with new music set for release in the 2019 Winter.
Over the past three years, Pat Devlin has been building and discovering indie folk sound. Releasing his debut EP in Mid 2017 "We're All Friends". On the 5th Of April, he was glad to release his second single, "Notes". Pat has found himself supporting artists in Australia and overseas, including Michael Dunstan, Pacific Avenue, Mantell, Jordy Maxwell and many many more.
Steve Cousins is a singer-songwriter multi-instrumentalist with sultry guitar solos, unassuming vocals and an energetic on-stage presence. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Matt Corby, Ben Howard, Ocean Alley, and Tash Sultana, Steve’s love for music and life shine through in his unapologetically honest approach to songwriting and performing. The summer of 2018/19 has seen Steve play support for the likes of The Jungle Giants, The Pierce Brothers, Tijuana Cartel, Ash Grunwald and Jack Botts.In September 2019, Steve will live life in his van as he heads up and down the East Coast of Australia to perform his live show. Having grown up in Zambia, Dubai, and now living his quiet life down on the surf destination of Phillip Island, Steve is no stranger to travellin’ round.