Art of Fighting

Art of Fighting

Presented by Melbourne Recital Centre in arrangement with Premier Artists


ARIA Award-winning Art of Fighting are back and they haven’t missed a beat.

The debut album of Melbourne-indie band Art of Fighting, Wires, received widespread acclaim, receiving the ARIA in 2021 for Best Alternative Album, featuring the soaring tracks Give Me Tonight, Reasons Are All I Have Left and Skeletons.

Marking the 21st anniversary of Wires, the band will play the 2001 album in full in the intimate surrounds of Elisabeth Murdoch Hall, in all its grandeur and melancholy. In 2019, after over a decade’s hiatus, Art of Fighting returned with their fourth album the dream-pop Luna Low, showcasing their refined beauty and sonically serene palette.

Their performance will take audiences back to 2001, through their dreamy ballads and ‘soft, calm sound and assuringly warm vocals.’ Pitchfork

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Ollie Browne guitar, vocals
Peggy Frew bass, vocals
Marty Brown drums
Miles Browne guitar, trumpet



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