Lincoln le Fevre & the Insiders are at the height of form following the release of ‘Come Undone‘ and a tour culminating in a sweaty sold out show at the Poison City Weekender.

The band are about to farewell guitarist and long-time friend Adrian Lombardi as he relocates to the shores of the Adriatic. Adrian made his debut with the band on 2012’s ‘Resonation‘, featuring on pedal steel, before joining as a full-time member in 2014, and was integral in writing their latest album.

They will send him out in style this Saturday 25th November at The Reverence Hotel in Footscray.

They will be joined by the catchy pop punk yearnings of Melbourne group Self Talk, the powerfully emotional Bec Stevens will be bringing her band across from Adelaide, and the night will open with the emo-pop of Newcastle’s Rachel Maria Cox.


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In the depths of a South Hobart winter some ten years ago, Lincoln le Fevre started writing songs that would soon become 2008’s debut album ‘30-Watt Heart‘. A local and national following quickly cultivated with his unique kind of bullshit-free punk-country storytelling, equally capable of air punching singalongs and crowd-silencing emotion.

If 2012’s album ‘Resonation‘ was a masterful exercise in emo-country, dwelling on life in a small-time town, then this year’s upcoming release ‘Come Undone‘ is a supercharged record on what’s left on leaving.

The album was recorded in late 2016 with producer Mike Deslandes (The Nation Blue, Hoodlum Shouts) at the controls. Pre-orders on CD & Vinyl are available from Poison City [Here].

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