The Vanns and The Nah play Bega and Moruya 16th and 17th March

Forming in 2012 on the south coast of NSW, The VANNS have been touring constantly, supporting the likes of Sticky Fingers, Kingswood, Delta Riggs, and festivals like Party In The Paddock and Yours and Owls. Their rambunctious energy, catchy hooks, and roaring guitar lines have made their dynamic blues-tinged rock and roll a favourite on the live scene, and built a legion of fans.

Watch the latest video from The VANNS: "Harder To Find"

The Nah are four soft-punk gems from Wollongong. Their sound is influenced by everything from melancholic indie to semi-ironic surf rock. Their influences are: Blondie, LCD Soundsystem, SCABZ (are shit), The Roches, Talking Heads, women, trans and gender diverse songwriters, nature, science, feelings and justice.

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