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Turtle Bay Television Come Out of Their Shell

Tuesday 14th November / presented by Mark Neal Mark Neal Mark Neal

The Turtle Bay Television

With the release of their debut EP, Rest Well In Your Shell on November 10, local alternative rock band The Turtle Bay Television came down to the studio to chat to Mark Neal from Out to Lunch.

Their sound is a culmination of multi layered influences including Dream Pop, Shoegaze, Lo-Fi and Horror movies, while also providing tender examinations of anxiety, love and desperation.

Having previously shared the stage with various local heroes including Felicity Groom, Ziggy Ramo, Tired Lion, Demon Days and Ryan Beno, the band launch their new EP on Thursday November 16 at The Bird in Northbridge. Doors 8pm Tickets $5

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