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Death by Denim rocks out in Kalgoorlie-Boulder during Sunset at the Soundshell

Death by Denim singer Nikolas Ilidias rocks.
Camera IconDeath by Denim singer Nikolas Ilidias rocks. Credit: Supplied

Kalgoorlie-Boulder locals were treated last weekend to Perth band Death by Denim to close out the annual Sunset at the Soundshell concert series.

Described as producing honey vocals, dreamy synth and vibrant guitar riffs, the indie four-piece Death by Denim took to the stage in the evening amid grey clouds and COVID-19 fears in the region.

Lauren and Joe Ahern at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder's third Sunset at the Soundshell concert for 2022.
Camera IconLauren and Joe Ahern at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s third Sunset at the Soundshell concert for 2022. Credit: Supplied

Formed in Perth in 2016, the band is made up of close friends Palle Mazzulla, Nikolas Ilidias, George Gunson and Hamish Macarthur.

The crowd was also treated to local favourites K7, a band of New Zealand expats living in Kalgoorlie-Boulder who cover chart-topping numbers to old-school hits.

The concert was the final part in the series that started on Australia Day with a Pink and Lady Gaga tribute piece, followed by Eskimo Joe last month.

The K7 singers took to the stage at Sunset at the Soundshell.
Camera IconThe K7 singers took to the stage at Sunset at the Soundshell. Credit: Supplied
Leslie Braven and Liza Braven at the concert.
Camera IconLeslie Braven and Liza Braven at the concert. Credit: Supplied
Death by Denim’s George Gunson.
Camera IconDeath by Denim’s George Gunson. Credit: Supplied
Death by Denim drummer Hamish Macarthur.
Camera IconDeath by Denim drummer Hamish Macarthur. Credit: Supplied

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