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The Little Lord Street Band 'High Beams' Tour

Duke Of George presents

The Little Lord Street Band 'High Beams' Tour

5:30pm, Sun 24 October, 2021
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Doors 5pm, Music at 5:30pm

Duke of George Original Sundays presents

The Little Lord Street Band 'High Beams' Tour

Supported by Polly Medland Band & Franks Fish Tank

The Little Lord Street Band has surprised us. Entering their seventh or eighth year, TLLSB have put the runs on the board – but hey whose counting.

Legends amongst the WA band circuit, with their unique blend of indie-laden country pushing them forward as a band that works for both traditional country audiences and something more forward-thinking and alternative. As a result, they're amongst WA's formidable bands. 

They've long been somewhat of a cult favourite within Perth's live music sphere - regulars on line-ups, whether it is festivals, headline shows or support slots - and their recorded work has always matched that. 

They’ve been crowned Best Country Act three years straight at the West Australian Music Industry awards on the strength of their dynamic live show, three acclaimed EP releases and a debut album, including winning the WAM Song of the Year (Country) ‘Maybe I’m Just In Love’. TLLSB successfully released their debut album ‘ A Minute of Another Day’ to a sold out Rosemount Hotel in Perth, landing in the ‘The AU Review’ Top 40 albums in 2020 and RTRfm local feature album, as well as singles ‘Fighting for Air’, ‘Where are We’ and ‘Minute of Another Day’ added to Double J, RTRfm and ABC Country.

They’ve toured as hard as any band can – playing hundreds of stages, equally comfortable and charming set up in the corner of a country pub or playing touring support – including highlights Gomez (UK), Justin Townes Earle (USA), The Whitlam’s (NSW) Fanny Lumsden (NSW), Ruby Boots (USA via WA) and Daniel Champagne (NSW),

These kids have proven festival favourites at Bigsound (QLD), Out on the Weekend (VIC), St Kilda Festival (VIC), In The Pines, Fairbridge, Nukara, Nannup, Perth Festival and Fringe Festivals in Western Australia.