Charm Of Finches

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Thu
25 Apr
Northcote Social Club
Melbourne

Event Description

**THIS SHOW IS STRICTLY 18+

PLAYING TIMES:** 
CHARM OF FINCHES 9.30PM 'TIL 10.30PM
RILEY CATHERALL 8.30PM

Melbourne sisters Charm of Finches and their band perform intricate folk-pop with seamless blood harmonies, celebrating the release of their anticipated fourth album ‘Marlinchen in the Snow’. 

With songs simultaneously graceful and darkly bewitching; the sisters, Mabel and Ivy, toured extensively in UK/Europe in 2022/23 and recorded the album in rural Nova Scotia, Canada with acclaimed producer Daniel Ledwell. Inspired by the frozen beauty of the landscape in which it was created, the album reflects on the sisters’ transient life on the road, themes of belonging, home, and the fragility of relationships. They were the 2021 Music Victoria Best Folk Act and were nominated twice for the prestigious Australian Music Prize. 

“Melbourne sister duo Charm of Finches are perched for stardom. For lovers of tight sibling harmonies, chamber folk, and those who long to be carried away by a lullaby…”
- Ariana Morgenstern KCRW Today's Top Tune

Special guest Riley Catherall will open the night with his “beautifully constructed and immaculately delivered” songs. Riley has built a credible status as one of the country’s most promising songwriters through his poetic sincerity and alluring live shows.
Northcote Social Club strives to create a safe space that everyone can enjoy.
Crowd surfing & dangerous behaviour will result in removal from the venue.
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