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Pinkish Blu - Feb 28 - Barbara

The alternative sad-pop band Pinkish Blu quickly established themselves in the Adelaide music scene in 2017 with their popular first single release, Hung Up. After only playing a handful of shows, the ‘feelsy’ five piece had already shared the stage with bands such as WAAX, Skeggs, Will Wagner (The Smith Street Band), Sleep Talk and Horror My Friend. The end of 2017 saw Pinkish Blu take a step back from live shows to work on their next release and develop their sound. 
“After we had written and recorded a full alt-punk EP and were planning on releasing it, Brice our vocalist came to us with a fresh new sounding song. This was the first version of Lovely, it still held on to the punk vibes we were currently writing but was pulling away to a more synth-pop sound. After realising the potential of Lovely we decided to push our creativeness further than we had before and to follow the new sound leaving behind the punk EP. We feel we have really found a sound that lets us explore our creative capabilities more so now than ever before” said guitarist Sebastian James.

Now with a new line-up and sound, Pinkish Blu have supported bands such as  GFlip, The Rubens, Last Dinosaurs, Trophy Eyes, The Delta Riggs, Kingswood and MANE, as well as performed at Adelaide’s staple Stonecutters Festival, Groovin The Moo Wayville and BIGSOUND Festival 2018/19.

The alternative sad-pop band Pinkish Blu quickly established themselves in the Adelaide music scene in 2017 with their popular first single release, Hung Up. After only playing a handful of shows, the ‘feelsy’ five piece had already shared the stage with bands such as WAAX, Skeggs, Will Wagner (The Smith Street Band), Sleep Talk and Horror My Friend. The end of 2017 saw Pinkish Blu take a step back from live shows to work on their next release and develop their sound.


“After we had written and recorded a full alt-punk EP and were planning on releasing it, Brice our vocalist came to us with a fresh new sounding song. This was the first version of Lovely, it still held on to the punk vibes we were currently writing but was pulling away to a more synth-pop sound. After realising the potential of Lovely we decided to push our creativeness further than we had before and to follow the new sound leaving behind the punk EP. We feel we have really found a sound that lets us explore our creative capabilities more so now than ever before” said guitarist Sebastian James.

Now with a new line-up and sound, Pinkish Blu have supported bands such as  GFlip, The Rubens, Last Dinosaurs, Trophy Eyes, The Delta Riggs, Kingswood and MANE, as well as performed at Adelaide’s staple Stonecutters Festival, Groovin The Moo Wayville and BIGSOUND Festival 2018/19.
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Show Date: Feb 28, 2020