Supported by The Brothers Calling
Almost 10 years after the release of their debut album Hussy Hicks are back with their fifth full length offering, On the Boundaries. A departure from their trademark live recordings, this album sees the Hussy Hicks experiment with their sound and production to create something familiar yet fresh. It’s the Hussy Hicks embracing a creative approach and the results are nothing short of stunning.
The Gold Coast based band has made a name for themselves locally on the international stage the old fashioned way – not through a Youtube video gone viral or a Facebook post shared thousands of times, but by playing their music and connecting with audiences one passionate performance at a time.
Julz Parker and Leesa Gentz possess a special connection and an innate understanding of each other musically. Their unique sound spans many genres from boisterous blues and roots, to contemporary folk, alt country and power ballards.
It’s not just their talent and musical chemistry that set Hussy Hicks apart – but that they approach every show and every song with the intention of playing music for the absolute joy of it. Their passion is infectious.
The Brothers Calling
For The Brothers Calling music is like breathing. There’s a depth to their performances and songwriting that draws audiences in to experience something other than the day to day rush of life. Think Passenger meets Derek Trucks meets Robert Johnson.
As founding members of 'The Lamplights', Ryan Gittoes and Ash Perrow entertained hundreds of thousands of people, played venues and festivals stretching from Tasmania to Townsville, won a swag of awards, had music on Triple J, Rage, ABC Radio, DiG Radio and were on radio playlists in 14 European Countries. With music in their veins and rhythm in their hearts, The Brothers Calling are writing their next chapter with the audience as the central character.