Sending out sound waves in arcing lines to peel along the shorelines of your mind.
Band of Frequencies rejoice in wild, improvisational instincts that have guided them to a unique position as one of Australia’s premier jam bands.
Combining irresistible grooves with environmental activism, wide-ranging creative collaborations with respected artists and a love of ocean, family and spontaneity, Band of Frequencies have been embraced as festival favourites the world over.
"Band of Freq’s make great music with an authentic social conscience, and put their minds, hearts and music where their mouths are. Everything they do is quality – quality people with integrity and genuine ethics delivering a message inside some really fantastic music,” says Woodford Folk Festival’s Chloe Goodyear. “When they incite you to rise up, speak out, it’s because they want you to rise up and speak out with them, they’re not just mouthing platitudes. When they ask you to appreciate the beauty of the world they’re asking you to look through the same lens they’re using as they travel the world creating their laidback activist empire. If you look into the background of what Band of Frequencies are doing, you can see where these choruses come from, you can tell that they mean what they say. That’s kinda rare, totally refreshing, and it sounds bloody fantastic."
Luke grew up in Country NSW, 3 hours west of Sydney. Although he left his small home town at the age of 17, the country influence is ever present in his song writing. Combine that with the feel of his current location, the ocean, you are left with Luke’s take on East Coast Blues.
For the past decade, Luke has been performing throughout Australia and overseas. From his younger days playing at festivals in Australia's bigger cities, such as Sydney and Canberra, to performing in England and later in Canada for a few years.
Luke was once the front man of the band Peacock Dreams, in which he had the privilege of supporting for such bands as Sneaky Sound System, PotBellies, Stafford Brothers, Rufus and plenty more.
He currently resides in Moffat Beach, working as a Solo performer, playing shows up and down the Sunshine Coast.
Since breaking into the coastal scene back in June 2018, he has quickly established himself as a popular performer among the locals on the Sunny Coast.
Band of Frequencies plus support act Luke Anthony - free entry
8pm to 11.30pm
05 April 2019
The Bowlo Coolum Beach, Coolum Beach
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