Brufield’s high-energy show at White Star
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.