Custard, The Gurge To Play Flood Benefit
News posted Wednesday, January 19 2011 at 03:00 PM.
Custard will come out of semi-retirement once again to perform at a flood benefit gig in their native Brisbane.
Despite being in fine form at the recent Meredith Music Festival, the ’90s indie-pop stalwarts have only made a handful of appearances (and by "handful" we mean “two”) since reforming for the Q150 Proclamation Day concert in late 2009. They’re part of a trio of heritage acts, also including Regurgitator and Screamfeeder, performing at the Float On flood relief benefit at The Hi-Fi in Brisbane on February 6.
Presented by Much-Bravado, the gig will raise funds for the Premier’s Flood Relief Appeal, a Queensland Government initiative to help those affected by the recent disaster. Other acts performing include Kate Miller-Heidke, Hungry Kids of Hungary, Gentle Ben & His Sensitive Side and Little Scout.
Tickets: $35 on sale via The Hi-Fi’s website.