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Photo Gallery: The Getaway Plan + I The Burden + Ocean Bones - Railway Club Darwin (19.09.15) | the AU review
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Photo Gallery: The Getaway Plan + I The Burden + Ocean Bones - Railway Club Darwin (19.09.15)

The Getaway Plan smashed their set at the Darwin Railway Club. The last time the four-piece were in the Top End they played at one of the infamous Mitchell St nightclubs and many of their biggest fans were under aged (sidelined, curfewed and unable to attend). Two years on and at the gorgeous Railway Club (a more fitting venue for energetic rock), The Getaway Plan played predominately to a 'come of age' 18-22 audience - who loved the old songs as much as the tracks from the third album, Dark Horses.

Supported by local acts Ocean Bones (in their last Darwin gig before they move to Melbourne) and I, The Burden - it was a solid night of sweaty, live music. Check out the photos from Amy Hetherington.