Australian duo hope to take Thekla by storm

PUBLISHED: 20:00 07 August 2017

Boo Seeka. Picture: Ian Laidlaw

Boo Seeka. Picture: Ian Laidlaw

IAN LAIDLAW

An Australian duo will bring their interesting and eclectic sound to Bristol next week.

Straight off the back of their sold out single tour, Boo Seeka will come to the Bristol as part of their UK and European tour.

The Australian hip-hop soul duo will put their first few songs from their debut album to the test while on tour, including their newest recent single Does This Last.

They will also perform some of their most popular songs, including Oh My, Deception Bay and Fool.

Their debut single Kingdom Leader reached number six in the Australian iTunes electronic chart.

To date, the duo have accumulated more than eight million Spotify streams and dominated the Australian music scene.

They were also nominated for a J Award for Unearthed Artist Of The Year in 2015.

Boo Seeka will be at The Thekla, in The Grove, at 7pm on August 12.

Tickets, priced £6.60, are available from www.theklabristol.co.uk or from the Bristol Ticket Shop on 01179 299008.

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