Lazy Susan @ Notes Newtown

What a blast from the past! A lot of my youth was misspent at the bars in and around Sydney University, and one of my fondest memories was seeing Lazy Susan play at Manning. Whaddyamean “who?” Lazy Susan – of course you remember them! The Sydney band with beautifully crafted and wistfully melancholic pop songs about life, love and disgraced chess champions! Not to mention the genius of the lyrical paradox inherent in singing “No one ever says Reykjavik in a song…”

Anyway, it turns out they’re launching their fourth album Places That Made Us at Notes in Newtown tonight, one of several ‘cabaret style’ venues offering live performance and table-dining that have sprung up while I was away. Should be fun – a stroll down memory lane while checking out the new venue.

Lazy Susan launch their new CD @ Notes Newtown on Friday 30th July (tix from $15ish)

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