Welcoming a new drummer and announcing some great upcoming shows will see an exciting 2017 for Adelaide band Already Gone.
The four-piece who play an eclectic mix of rock, grunge and indie are set to release an EP, as well as perform at Adelaide’s Fringe Festival.
Stu Daniels (vocals/guitar), Staffy Lee (guitar) and Dom Eaton (bass) will be joined by newcomer Alex Parker on drums and backing vocals, and the band are thrilled to be welcoming him.
“We’re really excited to have Alex on board to build upon our success in 2016,”says lead singer/songwriter Stu Daniels. “Stay tuned for more gigs and announcements in 2017!”
Already Gone have secured a support with the legendary ARIA nominated Thirsty Merc, when they play Sounds in the Square at The Salisbury Secret Garden for Adelaide’s Fringe Festival. Local bands Thom Lion and the Tamers, and iHeart will also take the stage.
A much anticipated debut EP from Already Gone is in the final stages of production and set to launch on March 10 at the Grace Emily Hotel.
As well as dropping their recording, the band will treat their audience to a a full band version of Stu Daniels’ acoustic song ‘Black Book, which spent an impressive six weeks straight on ISA Radio’s top 10 before making it to number 1.
Grab your tickets to The Salisbury Secret Garden show on February 25 HERE.
And have a listen to Already Gone HERE.