Bliss and Eso set to rock Air­lie Beach

Bliss N Eso to tear it up at Mag­nums

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL - Dane Lillingstone dane.lillingstone@ whit­sun­day­times.com.au

THEY’VE just dropped their sixth al­bum and now Aussie hip hop kings Bliss n Eso will hit Air­lie Beach to re­mind ev­ery­one who sits atop the throne.

With their two most re­cent al­bums hit­ting num­ber one on the ARIA charts, mul­ti­ple plat­inum and gold sin­gles, and a le­gion of fans across the coun­try, the Syd­ney-based trio are used to the hype.

They have hit the road for a colos­sal na­tional tour in sup­port of their al­bum. The Off The Grid Tour will see Bliss n Eso cross the na­tion on a huge 27-date tour.

“We can’t wait to get back on the road in front of our fans. The Dopamine Tour was so in­cred­i­ble and only a taste of what’s to come. Now that the al­bum is fin­ished we can’t wait to get out there and per­form a bunch of new bangers along with some of our clas­sics,” MC Eso, one third of Bliss n Eso, said.

Bliss n Eso’s new sin­gle, Mo­ments (feat. Gavin James), comes as the fol­low-up to Dopamine (feat. Thief ) and Friend Like You (feat. Lee Fields) and is a fur­ther taste for what’s to come from the trio on the forth­com­ing al­bum.

“Mo­ments is a track that re­flects on those pre­cious mo­ments we all had grow­ing up be­fore life got com­pli­cated. Your first kiss, the house you lived in, the smells of your child­hood neigh­bour­hood, your first time in love. It’s about rem­i­nisc­ing and ap­pre­ci­at­ing how those mo­ments have shaped who we are to­day.

“Gavin’s voice re­ally brought ev­ery­thing to­gether on Mo­ments. His heart-warm­ing vo­cals helped to paint all our mem­o­ries even more vividly,” ex­plains MC Bliss.

From an early stage in their ca­reer, Bliss n Eso pri­mar­ily built their fan base from their com­pelling and en­er­getic live per­for­mances.

An ex­hil­a­rat­ing blend of fluid rhymes and bang­ing beats teamed with beat box­ing, im­promptu freestyling and seam­less turntab­lism make their live shows a brand in their own right, and has seen the group hailed as one of the best live acts in the coun­try.

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BANG­ING BEATS: Aussie hip hop out­fit Bliss n Eso will play Mag­nums Ho­tel as they sup­port the re­lease of their sixth al­bum. Aussie hip hop at its finest

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