In the frame

Fans of live original music in Lismore will be happy to see another double header at The Tatts next Thursday, May 27, featuring Polaroid Frame and M. Jack Bee.

Polaroid Frame formed at The Northern Rivers Conservatorium and in the past couple of years have got themselves on to the bill at Splendour In The Grass and St Kilda Festival.

Their sound has a definite 1980s influence, (they name check David Bowie and U2 in their bio, but having checked out a couple of songs, I reckon it’s more like Duran Duran), and they have recently released their debut album We Live Your Life.

They will be joined by one man band and sensational songwriter M. Jack Bee.

$5 entry, show starts at 8pm.


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