Lyric’s Underground
is heading into another heated month with a list of new shows set to take over the fresh AF Maylands venue.

Local metal champs Icarus Lives have gathered a crew of their noisy buddies together to put on the Heart of Fire fundraiser for the NSW Rural Fire Service on Friday, February 7, and will be joined by Tempest Rising, Cold Fate, Agnesis and Petryfyde.

Green Hands & Red Hearts kicks off on Thursday, February 13, a night “for all kinds of love and connections” with sets from Servo Flowers, Angie Colman and Claudie Joy. 

A Valentine’s Day celebration from the five-piece Boom! Bap! Pow! (pictured above) hits the venue on Friday, February 14. After whipping Perth crowds into frenzies with their dynamic live shows and arsenal of addictively catchy rock and soul numbers, their last show in the foreseeable future is a launch for brand new single, Million Degrees. The Little Lord Street Band and Flyball Gov’nor will support.

Then on Saturday, February 15, grand old men of loud southern rock and roll The Bloody Ramblers launch their double A-side Midnight Dreams/Like Wine, with support from The Moonshine Trust rocking that heavy hills blues, keeping it in the family with acclaimed songwriter Axel Carrington, and opening with Jaik.

On Friday, February 21 an all star-collection of Perth funk specialists are heading in for JB’s JB’s album launch. With support from Perth soul legends Odette Mercy & Her Soul Atomics and lush folk-pop globetrotters Belle Miners, this is set to be a sensational evening. The following Friday, February 28 you can catch an intimate performance of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours performed by Albatross.

Moving into March, Live at Lyric’s Underground brings you four great bands in one night. Catch The Skeleton Collective, Wayward Johnson & The Adjustment, La La’s Python and Savanah & The Strays on Friday, March 6.

And the big names keep coming with the return of The Church frontman Steve Kilbey on Saturday, March 7. With support from Tanaya Harper, Kilbey will backed by Fremantle music identities Shaun and Adrian Hoffmann, Shaun Corlson and Anna Sarcich on viola, as he delves into his unrivalled back catalogue of solo releases, collaborations and Church classics.

Finally, looking ahead to April and Canberra Queens of Australian punk Glitoris are set to filthy up the place on Friday, April 17 with their Slut Power tour looming as one not to miss.

For more info and events check out the Lyric’s Underground Event Page.