I’ve this in which sounds interesting:
One of Sydney’s best kept songwriting secrets, Paul Andrews from the group Lazy Susan, will be playing Canberra’s The Front Gallery (1 Wattle Place, Lyneham) on Saturday, 27 November.
Since forming in 1998, Lazy Susan have dug, carved and scraped with their bare hands a unique place in Australia’s musical landscape.
Since 2001’s Long Lost (featuring the bonafide indie-rock classics, ‘Bobby Fischer’ and ‘Canada’), Lazy Susan’s songs – principally written by Andrews – have embedded themselves in the mental-playlists of Australian music fans.
Fresh from supporting Brian Wilson on the Sydney leg of his Australian tour, Paul returns to Canberra for his first solo show and first local performance since Lazy Susan visited in 2006.
Support on the night is highly esteemed local singer/songwriter Glenroi Heights (Waterford – www.myspace.com/waterfordtherockband) from Canberra’s Birds Love Fighting records.
Lazy Susan recently released their fourth album, Places That Made Us to strong critical acclaim.
What the critics have said about Lazy Susan’s fourth album, Places That Made Us:
**** Daily Telegraph
**** Courier Mail
**** Herald Sun
**** Adelaide Advertiser
**** West Australian
“Classy, attractive and delightfully melodic.” SMH
“Terrific album.” The Age
“The year’s most anticipated pop album.” Inpress
“Perfect pop classicism…if they were from Hull or Rhode Island they’d be internationally championed as keepers of the flame.” Drum Media