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Feelings — Single Launch and East Coast Tour

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September 22, 2012
8:00 am

Feelings (aka Simon Berkfinger) is back in Australia, and ready to launch his latest track One in a Million in a series of micro-concerts strung along the east coast. Playing with former Philadelphia Grand Jury bandmate Dan W. Sweat and David Rennick, and supported by Tom Lark, next week’s Melbourne gig will be like catching up with an old friend (but one guaranteed not to bore you with dull stories about his new job…).

The first release from his forthcoming album, recorded over the last year in Berlin, One in a Million is a beguiling track of poppy instrumentals and flutey, falsettoed vocals: a siren song, beckoning you to his gig at The Workers Club… Tickets from $10.

WHEN: Saturday 22 September, 11pm (doors from 8.30pm, Tom Lark from 10pm)
WHERE: The Workers Club, Cnr Brunswick and Gertrude St, Fitzroy
WEB: theworkersclub.com.au/gigs/


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