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DAVEY CRADDOCK ONE PUNCH SINGLE LAUNCH

Two white lines flashing to the radio… and the man with the funny last name’s asking me where to go. So it’s pisshead diplomacy offered over water and mints, while I’m carefully trying to divine which bullet he’s missed” – One Punch

Davey Craddock’s second album is messy. There’s blood on the pavement, helicopters overhead and a racist shouting over the fence. It’s called One Punch.

Davey and his band invite you to join them at Mojo’s as they launch first single and title track, One Punch, with friends Carla GeneveGalloping Foxleys (duo) and Felicity Groom.

Since the release of the Australian singer songwriter’s debut album City West, things have changed. The Perth-based artist introduced himself in 2016 with an album The Music described as “a world class introduction to one of this country’s finest singer-songwriters”. City West’s dry, cutting take on folk rock became a favourite of ABC Radio and Double J with The Australian giving it four stars. Don Walker invited Davey to Sydney to perform it, Davey took it to Nashville, Davey performed it at festivals, but when sitting down to write a follow up Davey’s world felt – and sounded – very different.

Two white lines flashing to the radio… and the man with the funny last name’s asking me where to go. So it’s pisshead diplomacy offered over water and mints, while I’m carefully trying to divine which bullet he’s missed” – One Punch

Davey Craddock’s second album is messy. There’s blood on the pavement, helicopters overhead and a racist shouting over the fence. It’s called One Punch.

Davey and his band invite you to join them at Mojo’s as they launch first single and title track, One Punch, with friends Carla Geneve, Galloping Foxleys (duo) and Felicity Groom.

Since the release of the Australian singer songwriter’s debut album City West, things have changed. The Perth-based artist introduced himself in 2016 with an album The Music described as “a world class introduction to one of this country’s finest singer-songwriters”. City West’s dry, cutting take on folk rock became a favourite of ABC Radio and Double J with The Australian giving it four stars. Don Walker invited Davey to Sydney to perform it, Davey took it to Nashville, Davey performed it at festivals, but when sitting down to write a follow up Davey’s world felt – and sounded – very different.

Doors 8pm | Tickets $15+bf or $20 at the door

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Earlier Event: February 10
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Later Event: February 11
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