Chart top­pers to rock Air­lie Ex­pe­ri­ence Bliss n Eso in their el­e­ment live on stage at Mag­nums

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL - Inge Hansen inge.hansen@whit­sun­day­

LIKE moths to a flame, the sounds of Bliss n Eso will at­tract mu­sic lovers to Mag­nums Ho­tel when the Aus­tralian trio take to the stage on Tues­day night.

The Syd­ney-based band will de­but their highly an­tic­i­pated sixth al­bum, Off the Grid, which was so suc­cess­ful it knocked Ed Sheeran off his eight-week run at num­ber one on the ARIA Al­bum Chart.

“We’re stoked to have de­buted at num­ber one, par­tic­u­larly when Ed Sheeran has been dom­i­nat­ing the charts for so long,” the band said.

With the al­bum al­ready amass­ing more than 10 mil­lion streams on Spo­tify, their hit sin­gle Mo­ments con­tin­ues to reel in fans world­wide.

The song has con­tin­ued to build mo­men­tum in Aus­tralia, jump­ing up a mas­sive 12 spots in the ARIA Sin­gles Chart to num­ber 25 and gar­ner­ing 3.5 mil­lion streams on Spo­tify.

“We are very thank­ful for our loyal fan base that have stuck with us through some very dif­fi­cult times and look for­ward to get­ting back out on the road to per­form songs from the new al­bum,” the trio said.

Emit­ting en­er­getic vibes to every venue they visit, Bliss n Eso give the au­di­ences ex­actly what they want.

With ex­hil­a­rat­ing blends of fluid rhymes, beat box­ing and im­pres­sive free-styling, it’s no won­der the band is as pop­u­lar as they are today.

It’s their unique and pow­er­ful per­for­mances that make it come as no sur­prise that the band is con­sid­ered one of the best live acts in Aus­tralia.

The band will kick off their mas­sive 27-date tour of Aus­tralia and New Zealand on May 28 and it’s bound to be a sure-fire hit.

So pur­chase a ticket now to en­sure you’re there to wit­ness the magic that is Bliss n Eso when they’re live on stage at Mag­nums next week.

And don’t for­get to grab a copy of their al­bum Off the Grid.

For tour de­tails, visit www.fron­tier­tour­ bliss­neso.

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