Private Mountain
Private Mountain

Private Mountain

with Holly Hebe, The Sunken Sea
The Workers Club (Fitzroy, VIC)
Thursday, 1 July 2021 7:30 PM
9 days away
18 Plus
Indie

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General Admission
$15.05
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*FOOD AND TICKET INFORMATION*
If you purchase a dinner and show ticket please call the venue on (03) 9415 6558 and book a table in our dining room. Food cannot be served in the bandroom.

Kitchen closes at 8pm and we will be unable to prepare your food if you are here late.
General Admission + Chicken Parma
$41.60
$41.60
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General Admission + Eggplant Parma
$39.55
$39.55
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General Admission + Beef Burger
$37.50
$37.50
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General Admission + Chicken Burger
$37.50
$37.50
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General Admission + Vegie Burger
$39.55
$39.55
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Private Mountain at The Workers Club (Fitzroy, VIC) on Thursday, 1 July 2021
FACEBOOK EVENT

5 piece Naarm locals Private Mountain are back to welcome us into June with an appearance at the Workers Club on June 3rd. A fierce combination of influences, Private Mountain weave their way from soulful ballads to anthemic indie rock and everything in between in fits and bouts of cathartic, high energy performance. 

Holly Hebe pairs her love for piano, poetry and people to create ethereal, dreamy pop tracks. Inspired by the sounds and textures from her rural seaside upbringing, Holly’s music brings out the best in organic sampling and unique processing, based on the strong foundation of her love for composing. 

The Sunken Sea create soaring, soulful art rock. Anchored by the powerful baritone vocals and turbulent, meandering lyrics of songwriter Dougal James, they forge syrupy harmonies and driving rhythms that undulate and evolve in unexpected ways.

Come through to the Workers Club on June 3rd and experience some of the best of what Melbourne has to offer.