DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND! Aussie Rock Pop Darlings, Killing Heidi return to the iconic Gershwin Room this August! Don't miss Ella, Jesse and band performing all your favourite naughties hits and more.
w/ special guest
2nd SHOW ADDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND
It’s been twenty years since triple j unearthed the Hooper siblings as Killing Heidi with their disarming folk pop song, ‘Kettle’. The band soon expanded into colourful teenage power pop and burst onto the national and international stage with their breakthrough debut album Reflector, released in March 2000.
Anthemic singles ‘Mascara’ and ‘Weir’ made Reflector a blow-out success and cemented the work as one of Australia’s most loved pop albums.
The early naughties belonged to Killing Heidi with Weir placing #2 and Mascara #14 in triple j’s Hottest 100. Reflector went onto to take out four ARIA awards and reach 4 x platinum status. The Hooper siblings also won the critically-acclaimed APRA songwriters of the year award. A seminal part of the Aus indie music story. Reflector will be available for the VERY first time digitally on March 24.
Ella and Jesse Hooper reignited the flame re-banding for the 20th anniversary of Queenscliff Music Festival in November 2016, a perfect fit as it marked 20 years since the siblings first started performing as ‘Killing Heidi'. Inspired by the electric energy and capacity crowd their reunion performance drew, they then went on to wow fans at the Zoo Twilight concert series in February at Taronga and Melbourne Zoos.
"Killing Heidi live was always where it was at for me. I feel we're better than ever now as we've never stopped playing music and we can dial it up to a whole new level. But the essence is the same. It's exciting and emotional for both us and the fans!"- Ella Hooper
“Killing Heidi was a big part of my youth and I can’t wait to perform these songs live for the people who loved them too. We’ll play all our biggest hits from our first singles Weir and Mascara through to our later releases like 'I Am' and 'Calm Down' ” - Jesse Hooper