Sunday 14th January (matinee)
Doors 1:00pm / $10
"To hear Madi Leeds sing you’d be forgiven for thinking her debut album Spinning is the work of a woman far more advanced in years – she is however, only 21, a young and tender age and yet she’s seen and done so much." - Anna Rose, Beat Magazine
With her debut EP 'Spinning' and hit single 'Water to Me', alien girl MADI LEEDS will be kicking off the 2018 new year with the help of some local Melbourne musicians with a matinee gig at The Workers Club. Having just released her debut EP 'Spinning' in October, (launched previously at the Workers Club), MADI LEEDS will be returning Sunday January 14th to the Workers Club showcasing new material for an afternoon gig (1pm-5pm).
Supporting artists for the afternoon will include Brook McKeon (indie-rock frontman of ‘The Burbs’ band), Celina Mack (melancholy indie-folk singer-songwriter) and Damon Langley (‘stereotypical sad white boy' folk-rock singer-songwriter).