The Front present: Billy Puntton, Sal Viejo, Elestial & Bad Lunar

Its acoustic night at The Front and we have a huge night planned for you!

Billy Puntton
For fans of being frustrated about being sad, Billy Puntton takes that pent up adolescent angst and compresses it into melodic struggles about human connection, anxiety and depression.
Billy’s musical influence is a healthy mix of skate punk, pop punk and folk punk including The Decline, AJJ, Days N’ Daze, Pat The Bunny, Local Resident Failure and obviously, heaps more!

Sal Viejo
Cathartic emo-folk with a high level of raw and authentic honesty in their lyrics and performance that provides a unique experience into perspective into their life experiences of love, heartbreak and growing up.

Newcastle Indie Pop artist and singer-songwriter Elestial has felt drawn to creating music from as early as 12 years old.

Developing her songwriting through vocal and guitar skills as a solo artist Elestial has now teamed up with Lucas Allenspach (Bass) and Toby Stuart (Drums)for a more “electric” feel, incorporating a variety of genres including grunge, neofolk and rock.

The three piece outfit performing as “Elestial” have taken their new sound to venues all over NSW sharing original music to eager audiences. These original songs are products of deeply felt emotion and life experiences of Elestial, relating to many people and providing an escape for others.

Elestial are in the process on working on their debut EP with award winning producer Shane Nicholson, Shane has been working with Elestial as a solo artist and is looking forward to creating a “magic” recording with the new format of Elestial.

Bad Lunar
Bad Lunar are a 4-piece alternative rock band hailing from the nation’s capital. Formed in 2019 and inspired by the likes of Muse, Nothing But Thieves and Royal Blood, we aim to deliver fuzzy, grungy, hard-hitting riffs.
We’re gonna strip it back for this one though and give you acoustic versions of some of our favourites!

Tickets $20 + bf via Humanitix.

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Fri Aug 13
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

The Front Gallery & Café

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