Band of Frequencies (Competition Now Closed)

Win a double pass to see Band of Frequencies at Mojos Fremantle on March 24.

Sunshine Coast roots rockers Band of Frequencies recently laid down the soundtrack to a historical surf documentary called Men of Wood & Foam for the History channel. Since then the film has gained great interest, including a recent feature at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, California, USA to a standing ovation and rave reviews.

Their original soundtrack to Men of Wood & Foam was written and recorded in three days and reflects three decades of surf inspired sounds. With the story of the Australian surfboard pioneers known as The Brookvale Six being the focus of the documentary, they were given a framework to lay down their interpretations of surf music from the 50s, 60s and 70s.

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The Men of Wood & Foam soundtrack is the next album release for Band of Frequencies and will see them touring across Australia including the album’s official launch at Noosa Festival of Surfing on March 7th, before taking it over to the West Coast of Australia to one of the bands favourite destinations, the Margaret River region.

Since their formation in 2005 Band of Frequencies have released their debut album Sol Train (2006), EP All I’ve Found and Single release ‘Free Again’ (2011), were named QMA Blues & Roots winners for the song ‘Golden’ from the album Rise Like the Sun (2012) and recorded soundtracks or have been involved in films including Life Like Liquid (2006), Believe (2006), The Present (2009), Under the Sun (2008), Our Generation (2012) & The Transparentsea Voyage (2013).

Band of Frequencies will perform on Fri 24th March at Mojo’s Bar.

This competition has now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Competition closes 4pm 14.3.17 with winners announced in the 18.3.17 edition of your Fremantle Herald.

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