Fri, 27 Jan|
A Man Called Son, Temple Temple and Violence Control
Upstairs at the Bendi, join the trance-inducing rave rock trio SOMNIUM as they embark on their Australian East Coast Tour to celebrate their sophomore album 'To Be Is To Be Perceived'. Supported by: A Man Called Son VIOLENCE CONTROL
Time & Location
27 Jan, 8:00 pm
Collingwood, 125 Johnston St, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
About the event
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$15 + BF presale $20 on the door
Adelaide/Tarndanya’s trance-inducing psychedelic outfit SOMNIUM have just released their sophomore album 'To Be Is To Be Perceived'. Entwining sounds from the world and varying cultures, psychedelic rock, progressive rock, blues, cosmic funk, punk and jazz, SOMNIUM have built a reputation for a foundation of enticing grooves, trance-inducing tremolo guitars, and conceptually narrative vocals. Their psychedelic innovation has been reinforced with support slots with veterans King Gizzard, Pond, and Psychedelic Porn Crumpets among many more notable acts. 'To Be is Is to Be Perceived' is an album of ego death, love, philosophy, and wonder, from explosive, raw energy to pretty soundscapes of introspection. We uncover groove, harmony, and unite modern obscurity and a sense of nostalgia to blend a unique array of songs that have a deeper meaning the more you listen.