Adam Miller is tuning his custom guitar for a chilled out solo in the Newcastle Herald office. Across town, Ben Leece is in one of the rehearsal spaces at his Carrington business, Novotone Studios. The air is dead still before he slips into the poetic, folky lyrics of Smoke Signals.
On Hunter Street, Lachlan X Morris is just hitting the sweet part of his new song Every Time it Rains, and at Good Brother Grace Turner is belting out a stripped rendition of Dead or Alive as the cafe crew clear the tables at the end of the day.
Newcastle sounds like this.
In Episode 17, Adam Harvey performs his new single ‘I’d Rather Be A Highway Man’ live in the Newcastle Herald offices at 28 Honeysuckle Drive ahead of his appearance at Lizottes on November 17.