Lfalfa are picking up momentum, releasing their second single in six months; ‘What It Means’. They will be bringing their A game to The Grace Darling to showcase a set of music that grooves it’s ass off. Reminiscent of old soul legend Bill Withers and new soul queen Emily King, Lfalfa encompasses all facets and fixtures of the soul realm. Since releasing their last single in November 2017, Lfalfa have doubled in size and sound. With some fresh faces, tunes and arrangements, this will be a night that awakes and engages your mind, body and soul.
Joining them on the bill are...
~ Bōnewoman ~
Bōnewoman are a Psychic-Jazz-Soul-Pop family hailing from the east coast shores of Byron Bay and monumental streets of Melbourne. Both locations are drawn upon to build a project that imagines the surrounding world through a lens of contrast and distinction. This upbringing has lyrically guided singer Lorien-Summer to explore dichotomies between essential qualities of life, topics such as science and magic, artificiality and nature, individualism and collectivism, the digital and organic, dormancy and growth.
~ Rat Child ~
Rattlebrained quasi-soul and part-personal part-political storytelling from a Preston swamp rat. Mellow grooves and mindful meditations to move you and make you think. Rat Child and her womb-powered rat pack will deliver the good vibes to you via rhythm and blues