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The View From Here #22: Davey Craddock and The Spectacles

Monday 28th August / posted by Chris Wheeldon

RTRFM have teamed up with Fremantle story to bring you the next series of The View From Here, RTRFM's long running video series highlighting local bands in unique and special locations.

For this series RTRFM heads to the port city to showcase the amazing spaces in and around Fremantle with some of Perth’s favourite musicians.

The final episode in our Fremantle series sees us head to the iconic WA Ship Wrecks Museum as Davey Craddock & The Spectacles roll through three tunes in the historic Batavia Room, in the shadow of the famous Batavia wreck.

Davey Craddock & The Spectacles, made up of WA music luminararies, Luke Dux (The Floors, Lucy Peach, Kill Devil Hills), Josef Grech, Mo Wilson (Mo Wilson and the Drivers), Bryn Stanford (Mei Saraswati) and Davey Craddock himself.

Watch as they roll through three brand new songs from his soon to be released sophomore album – Not In My Backyard (You Said), The Bomb from Broome and One Punch – with a new found darker, brooding and heavier sound. Davey has evolved as a song writer and composure and fills the iconic building with his soaring vocals and driving melodies

Thanks to the City of Fremantle and Fremantle story: Be Part of the story for their support In The View From Here.

Head to fremantlestory.com.au to find more live music in Fremantle.

RTRFM and The City of Fremantle acknowledges the Whadjuk people as the traditional owners of the greater Fremantle/Walyalup area and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still important to the Nyoongar people today.

[redintro]SET LIST:[/redintro]

Not In My Backyard (You Said)
The Bomb from Broome
One Punch

[redintro]CREDITS[/redintro]

Filming and Editing by Lewis Potts. Animation by Sam Price. Produced by Chris Wheeldon. Audio mixed by Dan Carrol at Rada Studios and engineered by Mike Jelinek.

Filmed on location with thanks to the The WA Shipwrecks Museum, Fremanlte.

All live musical performances are included in our podcasts with the express permission of artists, who reserve all other rights in their music. All music used in our podcasts is licensed under an APRA Community Broadcasting license agreement.

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