Watch Blank Realm play ‘River Of Longing’ at Volumes 2015 (Oxford Art Factory)

July 11th 2016

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Photo by Maria Boyadgis / Four Minutes to Midnight 

With the killer lineup for Volumes 2016 now out in the world – featuring the likes of Dro Carey, Koi Child, Nicholas Allbrook and Marcus Whale – we thought we’d take a trip back to the festival’s debut last year.

Brisbane four piece Blank Realm took the stage at Oxford Art Factory with their notoriously five-star live show. Watch them absolutely smash out their killer single ‘River Of Longing’ below.

Need a taste of the energy and talent you’ll find on stage at Volumes? I don’t need to do any more explaining, this video does it all for itself!

WHAT: FBi Presents Volumes 2016
WHO: BV, Dro Carey, Koi Child, Nicholas Allbrook, Slum Sociable, Fishing, Rainbow Chan, Lupa J & heaps more
WHEN: August 26 & 27
WHERE: Oxford Art Factory, The Cliff Dive, The Burdekin Hotel & Brighton Up Bar
HOW MUCH: $79.90 weekender / $39.90 Friday / $49.90 Saturday via Moshtix

 

WIN TICKETS

Are you an FBi supporter? You could win a double pass, on us! For your chance to win, email fbipresents@fbiradio.com with VOLUMES 2016 in the subject heading. Must include supporter number and contact details.

Not an FBi supporter? Wishing you were? Join the family here!

 

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