Bru­field’s high-en­ergy show at White Star

Albany Advertiser - - AGENDA - Shan­non Smith

Perth genre-mix­ing band Bru­field bring their five-piece high-en­ergy show to the White Star Ho­tel on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 21.

Self-de­scribed as a bag of liquorice all-sorts, their in­die folk-pop mu­sic fea­tures twists of coun­try rock and blues roots.

Lead singer Lisa Caulfield said since form­ing in 2014, they had been climb­ing the mu­sic scene lo­cally, na­tion­ally and over­seas.

“Our big­gest achieve­ment would be play­ing at renowned Aus­tralian fes­ti­vals — Perth’s Big Day Out and Blues­fest in By­ron Bay,” she said.

“We have a real con­nec­tion off the stage, which only in­creases when we pick up our in­stru­ments and start play­ing to­gether.

“When you have five peo­ple rid­ing the same wave, it can only be some­thing spe­cial.”

With in­flu­ences like The Cran­ber­ries, Imag­ine Dragons, Mid­night Oil, Oa­sis and Patsy Cline, Caulfield said that al­though they fea­ture mostly orig­i­nals, peo­ple will recog­nise many hits.

“We have cov­ered The Cran­ber­ries’ Zom­bie for a long time now and it’s a song ev­ery­body knows and loves and the en­ergy that song brings is like no other,” she said.

“Bru­field put on a high-en­ergy show with mo­ments of vul­ner­a­bil­ity to keep it au­then­tic and as real as pos­si­ble.”

To check out their mu­sic be­fore the gig, visit YouTube, Spo­tify or iTunes.

Bru­field’s White Star Ho­tel gig on Oc­to­ber 21 starts at 8pm.

Bru­field play at the White Star Ho­tel later this month.

Bru­field formed in 2014 but their fan base has grown quickly.

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