Perth-based trio Ghost Care (WA) started as a new project between vocalist-guitarist Beau Torrance and drummer Luke Del Fante, with the intention of working with a guest collaborator on every new track. The first guest was Tanaya Harper – already known as a local favourite through her work with indie-rock outfit Bells Rapids – and the spark was so instantaneous that she became Ghost Care’s third member, joining as bassist-vocalist. Since then, the three-piece has blossomed in both sound and kinship, becoming a staple in WA’s music scene and growing closer to greater national glory with every move they make.
Formed in early 2019, Gap Year (WA) shares a mutual appreciation for mid-80s Australiana. The band captures the melodicism of The Church and The Go-Betweens, whilst drawing on the production stylings of modern groups such as Real Estate and The War on Drugs. Their debut album Flat Out, released in May 2021, sublimely pairs modern song writing with clean sound production.
Sunday Music is FAC’s beloved flagship music program, presenting free weekly concerts every week for six months of the year from October to March. Enjoy a carefully curated line up of the best local and touring musicians every weekend under the trees in FAC’s stunning Front Garden.
The quality of the acts is perfectly complemented by the relaxed, family friendly atmosphere which makes Sunday Music a staple of summer in Fremantle. We recommend you arrive early and settle in for the afternoon. Bring a rug and picnic (no BYO alcohol) or enjoy tasty treats from the food vendors and bar on-site. Some chairs provided.
Sunday Music is possible thanks to the ongoing support of Bendigo Bank – Fremantle Community Bank Branch.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar.
Fremantle Arts Centre is situated at Walyalup on Whadjuk Nyoongar Boodjar. We acknowledge the Whadjuk people as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands and waterways and extend our respect to their Elders, past and present.
We offer our heartfelt gratitude to the Whadjuk community and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who continue to care for Country and share their knowledge – this generosity and wisdom helps us to understand and navigate Country safely and respectfully.