Adorned with shiny silver helium balloons and garlanded with soft decorative lights, the Home Club seemed like it was all set for a romantic evening for lovebirds. Only it was in fact far from that. It was set for a joyful affair for self-branded ‘spectorgaze’ outfit, Obedient Wives Club, for the official launch of their disturbingly-named second EP – “Murder Kill Baby”.
Judging by the crowd who turned up to see this teenage musician showcase his stuff, it’s pretty clear that the Singapore music scene has embraced 13-year-old Chris Jones AKA These Brittle Bones with open arms. Just one teeny tiny thing: the UK-born Singapore-based singer-songwriter is just 13.
Watchful eyes followed the movements of the next act, gearing up on the Home Club stage. If you were there, you could have easily sensed the commanding demeanor these guys radiated. To top it off, the apparent frontman of the band, decided to go beyond the compact stage and placed his microphone stand some distance away from the main stage, leaving the crowd with no choice but to retract.
Plainsunset has always been known as one of Singapore’s veteran bands. Formed in 1996, they are still going strong with their music. Having played shows such as Live and Loaded, Ignite! and Baybeats, it’s finally time for them to have a whole tour overseas.
Local veteran indie/rock band Plainsunset is having a fund raising gig for their Melbourne Tour on 27th May, at Home Club alongside local acts such as Caracal, Bear Culture, West Grand Boulevard, I Am David Sparkle and many more!
The band will be touring in the Australian city from 17 to 25 Jun.
The event starts at 3pm and tickets are priced at $15 each but it all goes to a good cause of raising money so the band can head on over to Melbourne to spread their music there. So do go down to support them and to see an amazing line up of bands over at Home Club!
For more information, visit their Facebook event page here!