Boy & Bear are kicking off the 'Old Town Blues' on their upcoming tour to perform after the 'Southern Sun' sets. Travelling by 'Arrow Flight' and 'Bridges', the Sydney boys will not be stopping at 'Percy Warner Park' but they will be enjoying 'Milk and Sticks' at The Tivoli, a piece of 'Real Estate' they are no 'Stranger' to, on November 9 to provide all their fans with 'A Moment's Grace'.
This is far from the 'End of the Line', with the band enjoying a 'Harlequin Dream' of a year. 'Lordy May' has it been big; they have played across the globe, allowing them to stay off the 'Feeding Line', and transformed any 'Part Time Believers' into full-time fans with the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album.
At only $47.50 you won't need to trade your 'Blood to Gold', so get out of 'The Village', leave the 'House and Farm' and step off the 'Beach' to join the 'Big Man', 'Mexican Mavis' and the 'Three Headed Woman' in singing 'Rabbit Song' and experiencing a night of glorious indie music more exciting than a 'Golden Jubilee'.
(Writing a Boy & Bear preview primarily using only their song titles is much harder than it looks, okay.)