Aussie roots band to play at Magnums
HIPSTERS, indie-rockers or those who just love fantastic live music will be in for a treat when Australian roots music band The Beautiful Girls take to the stage tonight at Magnums.
This quality stage act is expected to get feet stomping with original tunes from their brand new album ‘Dancehall Days’.
The Beautiful Girls are currently on a tour around Australia and will be visiting the Whitsundays for their first time as a band.
The band is made up of singer/songwriter/ producer Mat McHugh and band mates Brice Braybrooke and Paulie Bromley.
The band kicked it all off in 2002 with their debut EP, Morning Sun and have spent nearly a decade touring Australia and around the world.
McHugh describes their new album and slightly altered sound as “spooky, dubby, digital dancehall tinged, rootsy, punky, reggae music mashed with some mellow acoustic sea songs.”
With over 250,000 album sales, The Beautiful Girls is fast becoming one of Australia’s most recognised roots music monikers.
Their new album ‘Dancehall Days’ will be independently released tomorrow so tonight’s show is expected to be an extra-special performance to mark the release.
With tickets somehow still available, it’s an obvious-must that all plans for tonight must be cancelled or re-arranged so you can attend this stellar act that’s in town for one night only.
LIVE TONIGHT: Mat McHugh from The Beautiful Girls will be seeing your beautiful faces tonight at Magnums.