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The Spindrift Saga 'Still Smiling' Tour at Moruya Waterfront Oct 26th

The Spindrift Saga are hitting the road for the ‘Still Smiling’ tour returning to Moruya at the end of October to play the Moruya Waterfront Hotel on October 26th. Currently gearing up to release their sophomore album, the band will be playing recent singles in addition to favourites from their acclaimed debut ‘Badnormous’.

The 'Still Smiling' tour will see The Spindrift Saga visit city and regional venues in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. The band will be joined by a number of great acts including Jackson Quinell, Noah Dylan, The Trepids, Gold Blum and the Dane Overton and Joy Williams Band.

VIDEO: The Spindrift Saga - 'Marvin' - Official Music Video The South Coast NSW based band, renowned for their tight live shows, “catchy rhythms, bright licks” and big alt funk rock sound, have been together for nearly a decade and have played extensively across Australia over the years as well as touring Japan in 2017. In that time they have shared stages with some of the biggest acts in Oz, including The Living End, Thirsty Merc, The Rubens and British India, as well as supporting international visitors like Maxi Priest (US #1 charting artist).

The Spindrift Saga recently released three singles, ‘In and out of Love’, ‘Smile’ and ‘Batsh!t Bay’, which will appear on their upcoming record, slated for the end of 2019. Their current singles are available on Spotify, iTunes and other streaming outlets. Tickets · $15

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