Wolfmother Play New Songs at Secret Show

December 30, 2012 by  

Tweeting around five hours ago (4:30PM EST), Wolfmother frontman Andrew Stockdale revealed that the band would be playing a secret show tonight at the Great Northern Hotel in Byron Bay, the site of some of their earliest shows back in 2004 and 2005.

A warm-up for their grand return on New Year’s Eve at the Eaton Hills Hotel in Brisbane, the show will be billed under the name ‘Purple Opus’, as revealed on the band’s official Twitter page, and will feature the first performances of some new songs from the upcoming third album, as revealed on Stockdale’s official Twitter page.

Details are vague at the moment, but if you have any more information or indeed end up going to the show, please leave them in the comments area below!

Edit 10:48PM EST: More details about the show have been discussed on Facebook by band member Ian Peres, who reveals that the show is free entry and began at 10:30PM local time (about 20 minutes ago). He also referred to a band as ‘The Purple Hazes’, although it’s unknown whether this is the alias being used by Wolfmother or another act playing the same show.

Edit 10:52PM EST: It appears Wolfmother will be on around midnight local time, which suggests that The Purple Hazes is the band opening for Stockdale and co.

Edit 10:58PM EST: Wolfmother drummer Hamish Rosser has left a comment on Peres’s Facebook post wishing him luck with the show, meaning he himself is not playing tonight. Possibly this means either a Stockdale-Peres-anyone else experience, or a sit-in drummer.

Edit 12:18AM EST: Per a tweet from one of the support bands, the acts performing alongside Wolfmother/Purple Opus/The Purple Hazes tonight are Marshall Okell and Hussy Hicks. No word yet on the main performance.


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