Posted by Alexandra Spangaro
23. Apr, 2012
|April 26, 2012|
|8:30 pm||to||11:15 pm|
After a big year of exposure in 2011 as one of six finalists in Triple J’s Unearthed High competition, Melbourne based band The McQueens are set for an even greater 2012. Likened to acts such Foster the People and Coldplay in the early years, this is one up and coming band to watch.
And guess what, this Thursday is your chance! Launching their debut EP Fitzroy at Revolver Upstairs, The McQueens will be accompanied by fellow Unearthed High finalist Albert Salt and local act Southpaw.
WHEN: Thursday 26 April, 8:30pm-11:15pm
WHERE: Revolver Upstairs, 229 Chapel St, Prahran
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