Introducing themselves to listeners with their dreamy indie pop-rock fusion, Dulcie have officially released their first new song of 2021 with‘Ethereal’. The appropriately titled track offers a very melodic and dreamy soundscape that will have you easily falling into an ethereal state trance when listening.
Reflecting on how society is made up of all different types of people, they describe a world where we can all live in harmony and accept people for who they are without any judgement. It’s an ideal situation that we all would like to see happen within our lifetime.
Their debut EP ‘Sake Of Sound’ will be finally released on June 18 which hears the Perth based four piece cementing their status as a band you need to get acquainted with. Joining ‘Ethereal’ and recent single ‘Dust’ will be two brand new songs including ‘Level Head’ and title track ‘Sake Of Sound’. Taking these songs out on the road in June supporting Tyne-James Organ and in August with Ocean Alley, their live set is really where their harmonies come alive.
To celebrate the release of ‘Ethereal’, Dulcie invited us onstage with them for their recent show at Music In The Park in Perth. Check out the full gallery captured by Liam Fawell Photography BELOW;
Photos by Liam Fawell
TYNE-JAMES ORGAN SUPPORTED BY DULCIE
Friday 4 June – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
Saturday 5 June – Rosemount Hotel, Perth
Thursday 10 June – Wollongong University, Wollongong
Friday 11 June – The Factory Theatre, Sydney
Friday 25 June – Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 26 June – Republic Bar, Hobart
Thursday 1 July – Kambri, Canberra
Friday 2 July – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
OCEAN ALLEY SUPPORTED BY PSYCHEDELIC PORN CRUMPETS & DULCIE
Friday 6 August – Melbourne Arena, Melbourne
Friday 13 August – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide *SOLD OUT*
Saturday 14 August – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide
Friday 20 August – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane *SOLD OUT*
Saturday 21 August – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane *SOLD OUT*
Sunday 22 August – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane
Friday 27 August – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney *SOLD OUT*
Saturday 28 August – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Saturday 11 September – Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth
‘Ethereal’ is out now!