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Aussie band The Buckleys to virtually perform debut album in India

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Australian sibling band, The Buckleys, are excited to perform the songs of their debut album, Daydream, for fans in India via a virtual gig.

The Buckleys are a country-pop trio comprising lead vocalist-guitarist Sarah, bassist Lachlan and Molly, a vocalist who also plays the mandolin and the piano or the organ.

The trio announced a special live performance on the album’s release date, September 25. The concert, titled “Daydream With The Buckleys, Live From Byron Bay”, will include all the album tracks.

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“We are beyond excited to be performing our debut album ‘Daydream’ live for India and Sri Lanka,” said The Buckleys in a joint statement.

The Buckleys performed for audiences in India for the first time in May this year. The Aussie band were immensely delighted to receive love and support from Indian fans.

“We were so warmly embraced by the Indian and Sri Lankan community following our World Virtual Tour and it’s such an exciting moment for us now with the release of our debut album, we can’t wait to share with you. Special thanks to BookMyShow for connecting us with this beautiful part of the world, we can’t wait to come play in person one day,” they added.

Earlier this year, the trio recreated the personalised “live” experience in the time of social distancing, by performing virtual tours across North and South Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

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