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Review: Warpaint

Sydneysiders were treated to the incredible performances of  Indie rock band Warpaint  as they graced the Concert Hall stage at the Sydney Opera House. Not even the rain could dampen the energy that the band and audience exuded. The four female powerhouses ensured every single person was up from their seats and grooving along to their infectious melodies complimented by their live harmonies.

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Main vocalists and guitarists Emily Kokal and Theresa Wayman sung familiar tunes from their previous albums like CC and Love Is To Die. Their singles from the latest album were instant classics as the crowd cheered and sang along to Whiteout and New Song. Emily especially stunned everyone with her ethereal solo rendition of Baby.

Daniel Boud

However, it was bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg and drummer Stella Mozgawa who stole the concert. Jenny gave her heart and soul with her amazing skills on bass, enjoying herself throughout the concert. Coupled with Stella’s melodic drumming, everything felt right with this bass and drums combination. They were bringing the funky vibes to this concert.

Image by Daniel Boud.

It was coincidentally Stella’s birthday that night and the former Sydneysider was treated to a sweet serenade by the crowd who sang her a birthday song. The night was a roller coaster of emotions but it was definitely a concert to remember in Sydney. They ended the night on a high with Bees, a classic from their debut album, The Fool.



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