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    'Good Morning Seven' - Album Launch
    Friday 14th June 2024 - 6pm 
    The Servo, Port Kembla - Dharawal Country

    Over the past decade, Good Morning have carved out a peculiar, hard-to-define indie career for themselves,
    amassing a global cult fanbase and hundreds of millions of streams despite (or perhaps because of) their defiantly
    DIY approach. The band/duo/recording-thing from Naarm / Melbourne, Australia come together as Stefan Blair (29,
    brown hair, 6 foot something) plays most of the instruments and sings half the songs. Liam Parsons (30, brown hair, 6
    foot on the dot) plays the rest of the instruments and sings the other half of the songs. The band name is intentionally
    impossible to Google but hasn’t gotten in the way of them getting shouted out by Tyler, The Creator, sampled by
    A$AP Rocky, going viral on TikTok (for their 2015 track 'Warned You'), or touring the globe (including the US, Mexico,
    China, Japan, Thailand, and beyond). Their 2021 album Barnyard, both thoughtful and catchy, released
    internationally via Polyvinyl was met with widespread acclaim from Rolling Stone, NME, Stereogum, The Line Of Best
    Fit, Consequence, Alt Press, Paste, DIY Magazine, Northern Transmissions, KCRW, 6Music and more - setting the scene for their seventh record
    Good Morning Seven.

    Narrowing down 70 songs penned in preparation, the cohesive 17 that you’ll see on the 51-minute double record –
    their seventh and longest ever album – come together as Good Morning’s most ambitious project to date. Made
    possible thanks to their own decade-long friendship, Liam and Stefan stretched days into longer periods of gestation,
    steadily developed their own studio spaces with gear accumulated or kindly borrowed, and a string of collaborators
    invited to contribute for the first time ever. While it’s written, recorded, engineered, and produced solely by Good
    Morning, they further expand their world with an integrated community of contributors in mix engineer Tyler Karmen
    (Noname, DIIV, Devendra Banhart) with parts overdubbed at Stella Mozgawa’s (drummer of Warpaint) Joshua Tree
    studio, Fred Kevorkian (The White Stripes, Iggy Pop, The National, Willie Nelson) who mastered in Brooklyn, string
    arrangements by Chloe Sanger, Greer Clemens and Dannika Horvat on harmonies (the only guest vocalists on
    record to date), and Stefan’s father Glenn Blair even played woodwinds. The double album filled with strings, synths,
    samples and singing marks their 10th year anniversary of being a band. It's all down hill from here.

    Special guests to be announced shortly! 

    **All ages event but u/18's must be with a parent / legal guardian**

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