The Holy Sea are no strangers to critical acclaim. Their debut album Blessed Unrest prompted The West Australian newspaper to declare: “occasionally there is a schism in the musical world, a tremor of greatness.” When Nick Cave heard their second album, A Beginner’s Guide to the Sea, he invited them to perform at the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival in Sydney and Melbourne. Their third album Ghosts of the Horizon was nominated for Australian Rolling Stone Magazine’s Album of the Year.
Henry F. Skerritt will be hitting the stage at Club Cafe (56-58 South 12th Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203) on Saturday 10 November for an early show (6pm) supporting the Californian singer-songwriter Tim Easton. For tickets and details, visit: http://www.clubcafelive.com/events/?date=2012-11-10
Bad Luck / King Of Palm Island (Independent) The Holy Sea are a group that essentially sound like a compendium of Australian rock – a Perth-to-Melbourne group boasting sonic references to all our fi nest locals, without aping anything in particular. The theme of their new second record Ghosts Of The Horizon backs up this homegrown sound,…Read more...