ANY DAY’S GOOD FOR A HAPPY BAND
Passionate quartet Tuesday’s Good say their love of performing continues to shines through as they prepare to launch an album at The Loft
Setting out to create music that feeds the soul, Tuesday’s Good are gearing up to launch their Deluxe EP on the Gold Coast this weekend.
The local quartet combine soul, reggae and blues-rock flavours into their melting pot of musical influences.
Frontwoman Sarah Frank says the new “diverse” EP is reflective of the band’s live shows.
“It is a deluxe version of the EP that we released one year ago but with two new tracks to compliment the remixed and remastered songs,” Frank says.
“One of my best lyrical efforts Baby Green is on this new release, so I’m particularly excited for people to hear it,” she says.
Joining Frank on stage is guitarist Jim Pagotto, bassist Nathan Ortado and drummer Jamie Eddy.
Frank says the band have been making music for five years and still enjoy every aspect of it.
“We love playing together and are so grateful for every night that we get to hit the stage,” she says.
“I love it when you can feel the passion emanating from a performer. It soaks the air, time whirls, and I finish exhausted from dancing and singing to my maximum.”
The singer-songwriter says each member of Tuesday’s Good offers different styles and ideas.
“That’s obvious in the multigenre – and hopefully surprising – music that we create,” she says.
“It is just so much fun to be able to this with your best friends, something we are all very grateful to experience.”
Frank says Tuesday’s Good looks forward to “soaking the room in positive vibes” when they play The Loft on Saturday.
“It’s going to be a beautiful night of satisfying local music,” she says.
“I’ll be opening the night with an acoustic set, then we have talented local musician Jackson James Smith, then the band will have a lengthy, dynamic set.”
Sarah Frank and Tuesday’s Good