Bliss N Eso to debut new music at Park Sounds

Bliss N Eso to debut new music at Park Sounds

With just over a month since the announcement of Park Sounds music festival, Bliss N Eso are chomping at the bit to get back on stage for their only 2016 Brisbane show.

Hot off the heels of a huge BIGSOUND showcase come some of Australia’s best live artists with a tonne of new music. It’s been far too long since Bliss N Eso have brought their distinctive live presence to Queensland, and the Sydney hip-hop trio are ready to tear it up on the Park Sounds main stage on Saturday, 12th November.

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“After spending more than 12 months in the studio working on our new album, we are really excited to finally be getting back on stage and where better to do it than sunny Queensland,” says Bliss (aka Jonathan Notley).

Brisbane has always been a special place for Bliss N Eso who have a string of sold out shows in their repertoire.

“Brisbane has always been one of our strongest markets,” says MC Eso (Max MacKinnon). “And our fans up north are definitely some of our rowdiest.”

And these fans might just have something to get extra rowdy about with the group hinting at debuting some long-awaited new music.

“Park Sounds is going to be our first opportunity to perform some new music from our new album and we can’t wait!”

Park Sounds is gearing up to be a huge showcase of new music with Drapht recently dropping his latest album Seven Mirrors. Already hitting no.4 on the ARIA charts, Drapht’s latest offering further establishes him as one of Australia’s great hip-hop artists, with Park Sounds fans ready to get a live dose of his new music.

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Added to the Park Sounds impressive line-up are Nicole Millar – her new single “Tremble” streamed over 2 million times on Spotify; Running Touch – dubbed “the best kept secret in Australian Dance Music”; Pon Cho – from the celebrated hip hop group Thundamentals; and GG Magree – known for crushing decks the world over supporting Pharrell and Wu-Tang Clan to name a few.