UK-Europe tour - two shows only in London - multi-award winning Electric Fields (AUS) appearing at The Moth Club.
Bringing moments of breathtaking beauty and power to the stage - Electric Fields create a striking and haunting merging of living traditional culture with electronic music - featuring the rare and beautiful voice of Zaachariaha Fielding, (who took out Live Voice of the Year 2017 in the National Live Music Awards), and the spine-tingling production of composer, Michael Ross. Described as ‘taking soul to the stratosphere’, Zaachariaha often sings in his traditional languages of the Anangu people from the Central Desert in Australia, in music that ranges from soulful pop, to epic-scale electronic works, through to intensely intimate story-songs - delivering an awe-inspiring live show in a line-up that also features the yidaki (didjeridu/didgeridoo).
Support from GERMEIN.
ermein is an Australian indie pop rock sibling band comprising of sisters Georgia (guitar), Ella (bass and electric cello) and Clara Germein (drums). Whether jamming together at their home in the Adelaide Hills, playing alongside Arcade Fire and Catfish and the Bottlemen at the Isle of Wight festival, or opening ittle Mix's Summer Hits K adium our in 201, it’s their mutual connection to music that has seen them make their mark in music. Their new single ‘Talking’ combines their close three-part harmonies with a soaring breakout chorus and is a strong statement from the all-female act launching in the UK this summer..