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Spyndrift is thrilled to be returning to Byron Bay following their successful tour back in May 2013.

This will be the final show of their northern leg of the tour and the second time they have performed at The Rails.

‘The Rails was a real highlight last time, the locals really know how to kick up their heels’, says front woman Elle Wood.

SpyndriftBand01WMwebversionSpyndrift are a theatrical quirky quartet who play an intoxicating range of musical styles from dub-ska to circus-cabaret. Their dynamic musical performance is complete with eccentric characters in lavish costumery, enchanting and playful antics, twirling parasols and Parisian vaudevillian hi-jinx. Their film clips Like a Kyte and Pandora’s Box illustrate the theatrical and playful nature of this act and what you can expect to see in their show.

Hit and Rum Tour Saturday January 11 at The Rails, Byron Bay.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.

 


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