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Selfless Orchestra 
have announced that they’ll be performing Great Barrier, a live music and immersive video performance at the Fremantle Arts Centre on Saturday, March 23. They will be supported by Rabbit Island.

Selfless is a post-rock orchestra that unites an armada of Perth musicians on guitars, pianos, strings, drums, voices and more, live scoring a video installation exhibited upon multiple surfaces in an intimate setting. It features musicians from the Perth Symphony Orchestra and contemporary acts including Injured Ninja, Last Quokka, Karnivool, Mile End, Usurper of Modern Medicine, The Weapon is Sound and many more, collaborating with video artists and documentary film-makers from around Australia.

Great Barrier is a new work based around the plight of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Selfless will be releasing a studio album version of Great Barrier and the first taste of this album, Eden is Lost, will be available exclusively at this show on a very limited pressing of thirty 7-inch vinyl records. Each vinyl record will be adorned in unique artwork designed by local artists – to be auctioned off on the night with proceeds donated to charity.

Part proceeds from tickets and records sold will be donated to Frontline Action Against Coal, a community-led, non-violent direct action group on the front line of dangerous fossil fuel development and expansions, and the Reef Restoration Foundation an initiative based upon saving Australia’s greatest natural treasure, the Great Barrier Reef.

Selfless Orchestra perform Great Barrier at Fremantle Arts Centre on Saturday, March 23. Tickets on sale here

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