So after you lot went and sold out January's SILO night, we decided to go absolutely all out and bring acts from around the country back to Brisbane. We are very proud to announce this month's lineup featuring some of our absolute favourites; Body Type, Jade Imagine, Jess Locke, Naaki Soul, PRINK
Tickets are only $18+BF and are on sale HERE.
We are so excited to be bringing Body Type back to Brisbane again! After their quick follow up sophomore album release last year, Expired Candy, we can't get enough of them. Over the past year and a bit, the band has toured with acts like The Pixies, Fontaines DC and Wolf Alice around Australia, played on the Opera House stairs, supported Foo Fighters in a stadium, toured all around the UK and Europe selling out shows and playing at festivals like Roskilde with acts like Blur and Queens Of The Stoneage.
They're truly one of the most fun acts in the country and their latest release proves that. Their brand of punk rock, indie music has made a mark around Australia and the world. We are honoured to have Body Type playing the 18th edition of SILO this February!
Melbourne three-piece Jade Imagine offer a stunningly seamless blend of synth wave and art-rock. Jade Imagine first came onto our radar all the way back in 2016 when they released the single, Walking Around. Since, the band have released 2 EP's and 2 LP's to international acclaim, supported acts like The Pretenders, Angel Olsen, Alvvays, Lucy Dacus (and many many more). Jade Imagine's live show is mesmerising and we are so happy that the band is joining us at SILO!
GRAIN x Jess Locke is a true love story that will never die. Jess played GRAIN's first ever Against the Grain Festival way back in 2016, and has popped up on plenty of GRAIN lineups since. We love her, and we can't wait for Jess' new album to come out this year. We've been given the first taste with her latest single Uncomfortably Happy and I'm already expecting it in my Spotify Wrapped. Don't miss her!
You may have caught Naaki Soul when we brought out Sorry last year, but if you didn't - you are in for a TREAT. Naaki Soul is absolutely one to keep an eye on this year. She has found herself embedded in Meanjin's proliferative underground music scene. In equal parts cacophonous and dreamlike, the project draws inspiration from 90s slacker rock, Midwest emo, noise pop, and post-hardcore; a hemisphere away from the origin of its influences.
PRINK is one of our fav new Brisbane bands. Deeply rooted in Brisbane's punk scene and fresh off the back of their debut EP - PRINK have already appeared on festivals such as Good Things and have supported acts like CLAMM and CIVIC. Get down early to catch one of the most exciting new bands in the city!