Tell us about your new single/album/tour?
Currently in middle of our ‘east coast cooler’ tour. Covering from Brisbane to Ballarat.
How would you describe your sound in food form and why?
Our sound is as Australian as bangers and mash.
Which song resonates most strongly and why?
Our fav at the moment is The Feast, it’s got a great message that we love spreading. Check it out!
Any on the road anecdotes?
Victorians swelter up north. Recently just played in byron and our violin player literally melted.
Where do you draw inspiration from?
Inspiration for our song writing comes from personal experiences to issues in our direct environment. Inspiration to keep trucking comes from every hard working honest band in Australia!
What’s next for you?
Finish off this tour then hit the studio in March to record our debut album!
What’s your scene?
Tunes, mates, and honesty. No dickhead policy!
About the band
A five-piece rare alternative/folk outfit, sticking to their southern stomp roots. Their journey is to develop and spread an Australian folk/roots sound, never to be pigeon holed. Fuelled by fiddle and strong rhythm their music is bound to invoke!
An exciting year looms for Buddha in a Chocolate Box in 2015, with constat festival gigging, recently joining Fleming Artist and the release of their debut album.
See them at the Ballarat Beer Festival. With thousands expected to descend upon Ballarat township on Saturday 24th January 2015, music lovers and beer enthusiasts are encouraged to book early for the event. Tickets (and drink tokens) available now via Ticketek www.ticketek.com.au