Supported by Boo Seeka and Owen Rabbit

WED 9, THU 10 & FRI 11 SEP @ 8PM


$20 + booking fee
(02) 9550 3666
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6:30pm: Doors // 8:30pm: Owen Rabbit // 9:20pm: Boo Seeka // 10:05pm: Safia


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With what is sure to be a huge set at Splendour in the Grass on the way and the ground only just settling from their previous broody offering, ‘Counting Sheep’, Canberra overachievers SAFIA are releasing ‘Embracing Me’ this July

Not content to sit idly, the trio also announce a complete Australian tour to showcase their diverse musings on contemporary electronica.

Premiered on Triple J Breakfast, “Embracing Me” pairs intimate lyrical styling with crisp and snappy beat production, offering the new single that’s arguably one of SAFIA’s best yet.

The ‘Embracing Me’ tour follows SAFIA’s recent sold out shows in Sydney and Melbourne as part of the cool accidents’ Vinyl Club launch parties, and previous sold out tours, as well as appearances at the likes of The Great Escape, Primavera Festival, SXSW, and Falls Festival. Their Triple J Like a Version debut in May saw the three-piece cover Alt-J’s ‘Left Hand Free’, winning them virtual high fives from across the globe.

SAFIA will be supported on their national run by fresh faces, Boo Seeka, famed for their experimental compositions and dreamy evocations.

SAFIA’s trajectory has been steadily on the up since winning the Triple J Unearthed competition to play Groovin’ The Moo back in 2012. Featuring on Peking Duk’s double platinum Top 5 single, Take Me Over, a series of sell-out headline shows nationally, a national support slot with queen bee, Lorde, sweeping sets at Falls Festival, and with over 2 million Spotify streams of their tracks plus 4 million Soundcloud plays, the Canberra-based outfit show no sign of slowing down.

“Real contenders to be one of the finest electronic/indie groups to surface from Australia”ADAM NOT EVE

“Woolner’s voice is a revelation, not faltering even once during the seemingly impossible falsettos that features on so many tracks”AAA BACKSTAGE

“the Aussie band covers: soul, pop & electronic in lofty ways, leaving the listener no choice but to adorn the amalgamation of styles”HILLY DILLY