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The Ruiins
The Ruiins

The Stash House are celebrating with music and a sale this weekend in Byron Bay.

Featuring DJs Wadeep and Beandip as well as Goldcoast duo The Ruins, the event will also feature live art with Louis Gervais.

The Ruiins will take the stage and the complexities of life and turn them into stirring songs for the soul – this is what two-piece drum and guitar combo The Ruins are about.

Band members Adam Dooker and Patrick Sugden are long time friends and musical partners, which is evident in their sweet endeavours in song and performance.

The duo play melting tunes that combine affecting rock with an upbeat blues vibe to produce a refreshing and unique sound.

With lyrics that dissolve you and vocals that transport you, whether your vision is to be embraced in a lover’s arms, to feel freedom in your bones or to feverishly dance without inhibitions, The Ruins music takes you to that place you’d rather be, and this Saturday, that place is The Stash House Byron.

This is a free event with good food and good drink.

This Saturday June 20 from 10am at The Stash House 1/15 Lawson Street Byron Bay (In store and back car park).

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