'Staying at Home' - During COVID19.

Staying at Home

Robert Cini

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The year is 2020 and life as we all know it has just become a bit unusual. The Coronavirus pandemic has forced us all to stay at home and self isolate to stop the virus from spreading out of control. Incoming!! My song 'Staying at Home', which is NOT about Coronavirus but is about feeling stuck at home and wanting to get out - something a lot of people are feeling in these uncertain times. It was released just last year on my debut album 'Imaginary Fun'. Call me psychic if you like!

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Maxed out my credit on Ebay. Shuffle songs I'm my very own DJ. Need to get out, Or I'm never going to break this mould. I'm a broken record in a digital world” - 'Staying at Home'

— Robert Cini

Shows

Supporting Lisa Mitchell

Tanks Arts Centre, 46 Collins Ave, Cairns

Lisa Mitchell's music is known to inspire emotional responses. Whether it's the beguiling melodies and hushed folk-tones, like in the sublime “Pirouette”, or wrapped-up in subtle electro beats such as 2016’s “The Boys”, or the always-popular “Coin Laundry” and “Neapolitan Dreams”. But at its core, it's Lisa's pure, tender vocal that remains the focal point of her songs; suspending time like a delicious scent. Lisa's Platinum-certified debut album 'Wonder' (2009) peaked at #6 on the ARIA Albums Chart and was awarded the prestigious Australian Music Prize. Impressively, all three of Lisa's albums to date have landed in the Top 10 of the ARIA Albums Chart, with 2012's 'Bless This Mess' coming in at #7 and 2016's 'Warriors' peaking at #9. The global pandemic and Melbourne/Narrm’s marathon lockdown pressed pause on the recording of her fourth studio album, originally due out in early 2021. But now it is almost complete and the songs ready to be road-tested with her new band - bassist Jessie L. Warren (Hachiku, Half/Cut) and drummer Kishore Ryan (Otouto, Kid Sam, Hexham). Support act: Robert Cini This program is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

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