Sat September 7, 2024

Boy & Bear

at Bimbo's 365 Club (8pm)
Boy & Bear with Boo Seeka


Boy & Bear
https://www.boyandbear.com
Alternative Rock

Boy & Bear have attained a level of staying power that most artists could only dream of; and all whilst maintaining their authentic vision and driving love for their craft. Achieving early career support from triple j Boy & Bear swiftly catapulted onto the world stage releasing their double-platinum debut album Moonfire in 2011, which went on to snag five coveted ARIA award wins. 2013's Harlequin Dream and 2015's Limit of Love strengthened Boy & Bear's expansive presence, with both albums charting at #1, and Harlequin Dream marking the group's second studio album to go Platinum. From 2019's Suck on Light to 2023's self-titled full length (both top 10 albums), Boy & Bear have continued to evolve and grow, gaining more and more fans from across the globe. In addition to their five consecutive top 10 albums and over 250 million streams, Boy & Bear's live show is a uniquely compelling experience that has earned the band the glowing reputation as one of Australia's most outstanding live acts.


Boo Seeka
https://www.booseeka.com
Hip-Hop/Rap

Australian electro-pop star, Boo Seeka is hitting the road again in August, September, and October to celebrate the release of his second studio album, Between The Head & The Heart. "The long-awaited and eagerly anticipated new full-length record is an incredible follow-up to Boo Seeka's debut in 2015."
Playing new & old favourites in some of Australia's premiere venues, it promises to be a tour to remember.

Also, a massive thank you to everyone who has held onto their tickets from Boo Seeka's Trip Tour in October 2021. Those tickets are valid for all the new dates on the upcoming album tour, and Boo can't wait to see you there.

~~~~~~~~~

Staying power is the type of power few artists can manage to successfully retain.

For Sydney's Boy & Bear however, theirs is a legacy that has continued to flourish thanks to a committed approach to their craft, and consecutive releases that have had the ability to strike a chord with audiences nationwide and beyond.

Forming in 2009, as Australian indie music was enjoying an early apex with fans and industry alike, Boy & Bear grew from a solo project for songwriter Dave Hosking, into a fully-fledged musical project that would see Hosking's initial idea become home to Killian Gavin, Tim and Jon Hart, Jake Tarasenko and Dave Symes.

Early support via triple j and Triple J Unearthed propelled Boy & Bear into the national Australian music consciousness, leading the group to the release of their acclaimed, double-platinum selling debut album Moonfire in 2011. The record, featuring the smash hit 'Feedling Line,' earned Boy & Bear five ARIA Awards and three placements in the triple j Hottest 100 of 2011.

The success of Moonfire would set an early precedent for Boy & Bear in terms of musical impact, though it was just the beginning when it came to creative frontiers the band was yet to cross. Making music and touring as a five-piece following their Moonfire era, Boy & Bear continued to carve out a place all their own for themselves: their music was as immersive as their peers, and yet in Hosking's emotive and wide-reaching songwriting skills, Boy & Bear established themselves as contributors to the broader Australian songbook.

Boy & Bear's career has gone on to earn them two #1 ARIA charting albums -- Harlequin Dream (2013) and Limit Of Love (2015) -- the former being the second Boy & Bear studio album to hit Platinum status.

And all the while, the band has grown and developed on stages around the world, as they have accumulated a fierce and long-standing fan base. Multiple world tours, as well as dynamic performances at some iconic Australian sites such as the Sydney Opera House, Falls Festival and Splendour in the Grass, are just some accomplishments that Boy & Bear hold dear as a performing unit.

Though the musical climate around them has changed over the years, as has their influences and circumstances, Boy & Bear's resolve when it comes to making music has only become stronger. Recent years have seen the band fuelled by new creative inspiration: 2019's Suck On Light showing fans a reinvigorated Boy & Bear, while 2020's At Golden Retriever Studios was a moment for the band to revisit their expansive catalogue through the delivery of a series of stripped back cuts of beloved career favourites.

Now, a new chapter awaits.

The 2021/2022 summer saw Boy & Bear perform to over 65,000 people. An opportunity for reconnection, but also an opportunity to point towards something new from Boy & Bear, indicating new music was on the way.

Australian music has never been more ready for Boy & Bear; there hasn't been a more perfect time for their charismatic and uniquely warm and enveloping presence to return.

~~~~~~~~

After the most tumultuous period of their lives both personally and professionally, Australian band, Boy & Bear are back with a world tour and triumphant new single, 'Hold Your Nerve', their first new music since 2015's Gold-selling Limit of Love.

The band's position in the music industry was firmly cemented in 2011 after their debut album Moonfire reached platinum sales, won Boy & Bear five ARIA awards and saw three songs make it to triple j's Hottest 100 of 2011. Two years later came the release of their highly anticipated sophomore album Harlequin Dream, which debuted at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, spent five consecutive weeks in the top 10 and has since gone Platinum. In October 2015 Boy & Bear put out Limit of Love, debuting at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, making it their second consecutive number one debut.

The band also received ARIA nominations for Best Group, Best Rock Album, and Producer of the Year with Wayne Connolly; as well as a J Award nomination for Australian Album of the Year. Singles 'Southern Sun' and 'Harlequin Dream' both made it into the 2013 Hottest 100 countdown, taking the 41st and 55th spots.

They've completed multiple world tours, including a performance on Conan O'Brian and two sold out consecutive Sydney Opera House shows. As a result, the band received an ARIA nomination for Best Australian Live Act for the 2014 annual awards ceremony.

Boy & Bear will reintroduce themselves to fans with a run of home town shows before heading to North America in September and the UK and Europe in early 2020.
Boy & Bear with Boo Seeka


Boy & Bear
https://www.boyandbear.com
Alternative Rock

Boy & Bear have attained a level of staying power that most artists could only dream of; and all whilst maintaining their authentic vision and driving love for their craft. Achieving early career support from triple j Boy & Bear swiftly catapulted onto the world stage releasing their double-platinum debut album Moonfire in 2011, which went on to snag five coveted ARIA award wins. 2013's Harlequin Dream and 2015's Limit of Love strengthened Boy & Bear's expansive presence, with both albums charting at #1, and Harlequin Dream marking the group's second studio album to go Platinum. From 2019's Suck on Light to 2023's self-titled full length (both top 10 albums), Boy & Bear have continued to evolve and grow, gaining more and more fans from across the globe. In addition to their five consecutive top 10 albums and over 250 million streams, Boy & Bear's live show is a uniquely compelling experience that has earned the band the glowing reputation as one of Australia's most outstanding live acts.


Boo Seeka
https://www.booseeka.com
Hip-Hop/Rap

Australian electro-pop star, Boo Seeka is hitting the road again in August, September, and October to celebrate the release of his second studio album, Between The Head & The Heart. "The long-awaited and eagerly anticipated new full-length record is an incredible follow-up to Boo Seeka's debut in 2015."
Playing new & old favourites in some of Australia's premiere venues, it promises to be a tour to remember.

Also, a massive thank you to everyone who has held onto their tickets from Boo Seeka's Trip Tour in October 2021. Those tickets are valid for all the new dates on the upcoming album tour, and Boo can't wait to see you there.

~~~~~~~~~

Staying power is the type of power few artists can manage to successfully retain.

For Sydney's Boy & Bear however, theirs is a legacy that has continued to flourish thanks to a committed approach to their craft, and consecutive releases that have had the ability to strike a chord with audiences nationwide and beyond.

Forming in 2009, as Australian indie music was enjoying an early apex with fans and industry alike, Boy & Bear grew from a solo project for songwriter Dave Hosking, into a fully-fledged musical project that would see Hosking's initial idea become home to Killian Gavin, Tim and Jon Hart, Jake Tarasenko and Dave Symes.

Early support via triple j and Triple J Unearthed propelled Boy & Bear into the national Australian music consciousness, leading the group to the release of their acclaimed, double-platinum selling debut album Moonfire in 2011. The record, featuring the smash hit 'Feedling Line,' earned Boy & Bear five ARIA Awards and three placements in the triple j Hottest 100 of 2011.

The success of Moonfire would set an early precedent for Boy & Bear in terms of musical impact, though it was just the beginning when it came to creative frontiers the band was yet to cross. Making music and touring as a five-piece following their Moonfire era, Boy & Bear continued to carve out a place all their own for themselves: their music was as immersive as their peers, and yet in Hosking's emotive and wide-reaching songwriting skills, Boy & Bear established themselves as contributors to the broader Australian songbook.

Boy & Bear's career has gone on to earn them two #1 ARIA charting albums -- Harlequin Dream (2013) and Limit Of Love (2015) -- the former being the second Boy & Bear studio album to hit Platinum status.

And all the while, the band has grown and developed on stages around the world, as they have accumulated a fierce and long-standing fan base. Multiple world tours, as well as dynamic performances at some iconic Australian sites such as the Sydney Opera House, Falls Festival and Splendour in the Grass, are just some accomplishments that Boy & Bear hold dear as a performing unit.

Though the musical climate around them has changed over the years, as has their influences and circumstances, Boy & Bear's resolve when it comes to making music has only become stronger. Recent years have seen the band fuelled by new creative inspiration: 2019's Suck On Light showing fans a reinvigorated Boy & Bear, while 2020's At Golden Retriever Studios was a moment for the band to revisit their expansive catalogue through the delivery of a series of stripped back cuts of beloved career favourites.

Now, a new chapter awaits.

The 2021/2022 summer saw Boy & Bear perform to over 65,000 people. An opportunity for reconnection, but also an opportunity to point towards something new from Boy & Bear, indicating new music was on the way.

Australian music has never been more ready for Boy & Bear; there hasn't been a more perfect time for their charismatic and uniquely warm and enveloping presence to return.

~~~~~~~~

After the most tumultuous period of their lives both personally and professionally, Australian band, Boy & Bear are back with a world tour and triumphant new single, 'Hold Your Nerve', their first new music since 2015's Gold-selling Limit of Love.

The band's position in the music industry was firmly cemented in 2011 after their debut album Moonfire reached platinum sales, won Boy & Bear five ARIA awards and saw three songs make it to triple j's Hottest 100 of 2011. Two years later came the release of their highly anticipated sophomore album Harlequin Dream, which debuted at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, spent five consecutive weeks in the top 10 and has since gone Platinum. In October 2015 Boy & Bear put out Limit of Love, debuting at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, making it their second consecutive number one debut.

The band also received ARIA nominations for Best Group, Best Rock Album, and Producer of the Year with Wayne Connolly; as well as a J Award nomination for Australian Album of the Year. Singles 'Southern Sun' and 'Harlequin Dream' both made it into the 2013 Hottest 100 countdown, taking the 41st and 55th spots.

They've completed multiple world tours, including a performance on Conan O'Brian and two sold out consecutive Sydney Opera House shows. As a result, the band received an ARIA nomination for Best Australian Live Act for the 2014 annual awards ceremony.

Boy & Bear will reintroduce themselves to fans with a run of home town shows before heading to North America in September and the UK and Europe in early 2020.
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