Stadium rockers upping the tempo

Jackson Lavell-LeeBusselton Dunsborough Times
Silent deeds will perform their stadium rock at Settlers Tav tomorrow night
Camera IconSilent deeds will perform their stadium rock at Settlers Tav tomorrow night Credit: Supplied/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Supplied

Indie rock band The Silent Deeds will bring their stadium rock sound to Settlers Tavern tomorrow night.

The Perth three-piece will play their first show at the popular South West venue after recently releasing new singles The Race, Sweet September and Here We Go.

Lead singer and guitarist Corey Ranger said the band had been performing as a three-piece for a year and had transitioned to a more fun, up-tempo live performance.

“We’re an energetic and interpersonal band that don’t take ourselves too seriously and get the crowd involved as much as we can,” he said.

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“We’re moving away from ballad stuff and laidback singer-songwriting to full-on stadium rock, so come down and boogie.”

The band is inspired by 1990s bands such as Foo Fighters and Powderfinger and add a splash of funk to their music.

Besides sharing their original tracks, the group will also perform a series of covers to round out their set.

The Silent Deeds will take to the stage from 9.30pm.

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