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  • Events 20-Oct-2020 10:25 PM

    Great Southern Nights in Tumbarumba

    Great Southern Nights in Tumbarumba

    Live music is coming back with 1000 COVID-Safe gigs across NSW in November and Nest is stoked to be part of it.


    LOWLINE + special guest Indigo Hue - Saturday 7 November

    MONTGOMERY CHURCH  + special guest Indigo Hue - Saturday 14 November

    Tickets are $35pp include dessert intermission - only 22 available for each show so book early!

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    Howling from the border plains of Albury / Wodonga, LOWLINE bring you a harvest of pure Australian Indie Rock and Roll.

    Bound in brotherhood by blood and law and mateship, LOWLINE have cut their teeth, forming their sound over the years under the moniker “The Quick and the Dead” and between various other projects.
    Delivering a brand new collection of songs LOWLINE covers new ground with a raw and momentous rock forward sound, also displaying glimpses of indie, alternative and folk influences with a dirty blues undertone. Sharing likeness with bands like JET, The Raconteurs and Cage The Elephant. LOWLINE balance dirty guitars, thumping drums with moments of delicate melodies and keys.
    Lookout, make way and keep your ears tuned for one of the most impressive and unforgettable bands to hit the Australian scene this year.

    GET TIX HERE for 7 November Show

    Cielle Montgomery and James Church are ‘Montgomery Church’

    - a blend of acoustic folk, Americana and bluegrass influences, grown and distilled in the Snowy Mountain ranges of
    country New South Wales. With their organic union of dobro and guitar, harmony vocals,
    and thoughtful songwriting, this captivating duo are enthralling in their dynamic intimacy
    and embrace all that is subtle, spacious, and sensitive. Since their formation in 2016,
    Montgomery Church have been quietly but quickly gathering a fan base who site their
    undeniable chemistry as a rare and beautiful thing to see live.

    GET TIX HERE for 14 November Show

    Special Guest: Indigo Hue

    Performing both shows, we are excited to bring you Singer-songwriter Indigo Hue (fka Gracecyn) makes self-proclaimed “groovy-sad songs” that get you in your feels AND on the dance floor. The multi-instrumentalist delivers indie rock with the sounds of pop, blues and a sprinkle of jazz. Indigo writes from a place of vulnerability, drawing on her experiences of heartbreak, growing up, independence and self respect.   
    As a member of the band Glass Elevator, Indigo supported Approachable Members of Your Local Community on their 2020 Australian tour. Under her former alias Gracecyn, her latest single ‘Matters’ captures the youth experience over grungy guitars and an infectiously catchy melody.  Growing up in Melbourne with a musical family has been a source of inspiration for Indigo, and she often works with her brothers Jarith Hughes and Brannon Hughes who are also a musicians. Now living in the Snowy Valley Region, New South Wales, she is currently working out of her home studio creating her debut EP.