The Young Art, Tree & Ray, Ocean Leaves

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$10 at the door - 18+
8:30-9:00: Ocean Leaves
9:15-9:45: Tree & Ray
10:00-10:45: The Young Art


Hailing from Brisbane, Queensland, The Young Art! have been exploring sounds, writing music and performing at each and every opportunity that comes their way. The band's unique style has slowly evolved from the early days of gleaming pop-rock into a very mature and organic blend of alternative, folk, rock, and indie sounds.

The Young Art! effortlessly stand out with their own spin of delicate acoustic textures, ambient sounds, and cinematic builds, winning the hearts of their followers with their fresh melodies, honest lyrical expressions and the way they engage with their instruments, each other and their audience.


Tree & Ray are a Brisbane and Redcliffe based band. They play a powerful blend of pop, psych, and rock. Mid 2014 saw the debut of Tree & Ray’s chaotically energetic live performance, and they’ve since played in venues all over Brisbane, supporting the likes of The Counterfeit Umbrellas and Melbourne musician Tim Guy.

‘Spectrum’ was their first single as a full band, and was released in late 2015 to a very positive reception from fans and critics alike. Their latest single is called 'Beyond Body' and was released in September 2016.


Ocean Leaves are a rag-tag collection of Brisbane rock/folk multi-instrumentalists headed up by Canadian import Timothy Poitras. After a long retreat into the studio, they released their Winter Heart EP in late 2015.

Winter Heart is more complex, moving beyond the charming but simple folk Poitras created as a solo effort back in 2013. The first single, Yellowknife, is a lush, spooky ballad about longing and the darkness it can create inside you. While Poitras' songs wear their influences (The National, Frightened Rabbit, the Decemberists, Grizzly Bear, Bon Iver, Fleet Foxes, Death Cab For Cutie) – with his band, they become something bigger and deeper.
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By: Ocean Leaves