Kissing The Flint LIVE at Junction Cafe / Tannum Sands, QLD
Kissing The Flint will perform in duo format at the Junction Café to launch a brand-new album and kick off their Fringe of Rooms Australian Tour.
Doors Open / Dinner Menu available from 5pm.
Guest artist Jenni will open this unforgettable night of live music from 6.30pm.
Kissing the Flint will perform 7.30-9.00pm and the new album will be available to purchase.
SPECIAL: Children & Under 18s ticket - $15
Leah Chynoweth-Tidy is a multi-award nominated Queensland singer-songwriter currently based in her father’s native Scotland. She created musical project Kissing The Flint (creating a spark) to cut through the fakery of the modern world. Authenticity and emotion run through her songwriting, story-telling and live performance, leaving each listener feeling connected and empowered. Leah’s songs reflect an adventurous spirit. crystal clarity of message and vivid imagery from experience, empathy and imagination; shape-shifting easily from roots beauty to sultry rock raunch in explorations of the human condition, a genuine desire to empower others and a lifelong affinity with the natural world.
“Enthralling sound, evocative lyrics and commanding vocals.” (Jyla Blog)
"An artist adept at crafting immersive tales that delve deep into the complexities of human emotions and relationships. Drawing inspiration from powerful, resilient feminine narratives, Leah's music creates a tableau of intense passion, formidable power dynamics, and raw emotions. Her songwriting skillfully oscillates between strength and vulnerability, presenting listeners with evocative scenarios that both entertain and resonate. With every track, she challenges you to not just hear, but feel, question, and introspect, making her one of the most compelling artists in the contemporary music scene.” (Testing Melodies)
“Hailing from Queensland, Australia but now based in Scotland, Kissing The Flint (Leah Chynoweth-Tidy) curbs her love for steampunk and rockabilly into feisty, genre-diverse music. In 2020 she relocated from Australia to the UK, garnering a larger following in the Northern Hemisphere, but her sound has been appreciated for years. Numerous rave reviews, energetic live shows and multi-award nominations prove she is not one to be ignored.” (Nicole Mendes, The Other Side Reviews)
“Citing Patti Smith, Chrissie Hynde and Stevie Nicks among her influences, Kissing The Flint is on a mission to resurrect female rock’n’roll, one banger at a time.” (Marilu Ciabattoni, Lost In the Manor)