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Le Shiv

Great Southern Nights present...

Le Shiv

7:00pm, Fri 15 March, 2024
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Matthew McConaughey, Chris Martin, Grouplove, Ocean Alley and Lime Cordiale are just a few names to show their support of one of Australia’s most exciting up-coming bands, Le Shiv.

Meet the masterminds behind the magic: Pencil, Jarleth, Mossy, Dylan, and Billy. These musical virtuosos were spreading their attitude and synth packed world class songs all across North America, with their songs featured in multiple Lincoln Motors campaigns and sharing stages with the likes of Grouplove, Lime Cordiale, Skegss and more.

Their first single following their return to the sunny shores of Australia, 'I'm Fine, I've Said Too Much, But How Are You?’, caught the attention of Australia's foremost tastemaker, triple j. The track soared to new heights, joining the triple j rotation and earning the band the coveted title of triple j Unearthed's Feature Artist. Le Shiv's ability to captivate not only their hometown fans but also create a second home in North America has become their secret weapon. Seamlessly traversing different global music markets, these boundary-pushers have garnered a devoted following on both hemispheres.

With three sensational singles released in 2022, including 'The Wait is Over', 'Something I Said', and 'Trouble', Le Shiv are developing a passionate following. With their debut body of work just around the corner, Le Shiv have recently been announced as support for Ocean Alley in one of the biggest Australian tours of 2023. Get ready to surrender to the irresistible allure of Le Shiv, as they leave an indelible mark on the music scene and take you on a sonic odyssey like no other.


Great Southern Nights 2024 will take place from 8-24 March 2024 featuring more than 300 gigs across 17 nights throughout Sydney’s inner city and Western Sydney, as well as shows in seven key music communities across NSW, including Tamworth, Wagga, Newcastle, Wollongong and the Northern Rivers.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.