4 November 2016
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All in Due Time is Victoria Street's first proper EP launch, and it will bring audiences on a path of emotional attachment and detachment. From midnight sojourns by the highway to the first flight of dawn, Victoria Street will play their sophomore EP, "date.line", in its entirety and more on 4th November!
With their sophomore EP "date.line", Victoria Street pummels ears with their brand of hard-hitting alternative pop. Blending female fronted alternative pop akin to Against The Current, and the emotional sensibilities of instrumental rock reminiscent of Caspian, “date.line”, will bring you on a visceral journey of finding strength within vulnerability.

Victoria Street took to Youtube with an acoustic version of You Made Me featuring upcoming indie folk crooner, Lewis Loh, better known as LEW. Blending the soulful voice of LEW and the signature emotive performance of Victoria Street proved successful amongst listeners of all ages.

The official music video for You Made Me (Acoustic Ver.) can be seen here.

Opening night would be LEW and Falling Feathers. 

LEW, is a local singer-songwriter who is inspired by acoustic and folk tunes. He writes about the raw and metaphorical ways that he feels about his experiences and using the simplicity of a guitar and his voice, he materialises these ideas. Artists like Birdy, Passenger and Ed Sheeran inspire him as he not only appreciates the way they sound, but also how they have stayed true to themselves as artists in their niche music genres. 

Falling Feathers own a unique vocal quality which was kept in the dark at first. Fighting tooth and nail to be heard, he started sharing his music at Open Mics, various online platforms and local gigs. It is accessible Pop music with a compulsive hook and relatable narratives. His songs envelope the conventional emotions of day-to-day experiences in a copacetic kind of way
Tickets available at Peatix