Bec Sandridge is taking her new release Cost of Love on an east coast tour this month. I caught her at Mary’s Underground, supported by friends Huck Hastings and Montgomery.
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Braving the stage on her own, behind a sea of keyboards and electronica, Mongomery swayed us into the night with some soulful pop with plenty of dreamy undercurrent.
Sample her wares here.
Huck Hastings and his four friends gave us a chill atmosphere, with some thoughtful songs about life’s trials, tribulations, ups, downs; and just what you do when hanging around. Subtle, catchy rhythms, a little sparkly tinkle of the ivories and some nice little swelling guitarrry build ups, to get the crowd swaying and having a little dance.
See what they are all about here.
Bec is back with a new banger to soothe a little dance into our itchy feet. Playing as a three piece tonight, the room is immediately lit by her set of stunningly executed bouncy songs. Her unique vocals take us from twangy back country pop disco, all the way to operatic highs and lows.
Tonight’s performance was even more special after confiding to us that she had just doused her throat with boiling tea just before walking on stage – but always the consummate performer – pushed through without a missing a beat, shuffling and kicking up a storm across the stage.
Sample a little Cost of Love here