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Mark Seymour formed Hunters and Collectors in 1980, with a bunch of Uni friends. The band became famous for its rhythmic powerand very quickly became touted as the “next big thing”. The Album “Human Frailty“ was recorded in Melbourne in 1985.
This record has proven to be one of the most important and enduring records of the eighties and Hunters and Collectors were still playing a large part of this cut in 1998when they retired. With “Human Frailty “Mark discovered, love, loss, and pop melody. His solo records are directly connected to this era and bear the same stamp of raw honesty and emotional power.
Slow Dawn, is Mark Seymour’s 10th solo studio album and the fourth released under his band Mark Seymour & The Undertow. With the release of Slow Dawn, Mark Seymour has now released more solo albums than he has with Hunters & Collectors.
The first single, ‘Night Driving’. Co-written with James Reyne, ‘Night Driving’ documents an encounter on Melbourne’s suburban streets, with Mark singing “saw a hit and run shadow lyin’ in the road, by the lights of Pascoe Vale…”. A true roadtrip across the world, Slow Dawn takes the listener to South Africa, Utah and Nevada, before coming back to Williamstown in Melbourne. Mark says, “the songs on Slow Dawn are, in many ways, a search for home through a landscape of decay, love and memory.”
“There are stories we tell our children as they drift into sleep. Stories we invent to explain the impossible, and others we carry with us all our lives. Stories of fear, love and light.” – Mark Seymour
Doors Open @ 2.30pm
Showtime @ 3pm
Nb. Tickets are for show only and do not include a meal. If you would like to book a table for dining then please contact us direct on 03 5678 7344