Seth Sentry will bring hip hop to Brunswick Heads
AFTER the release of the 4th single off his album Strange New Past, called 1969, Seth Sentry is bringing his perfectly-timed tour The 1969 Campaign to Brunswick Heads.
Seth Gabriel Marton, who performs as Seth Sentry, is an Australian hip hop artist.
He has issued two studio albums, This Was Tomorrow (2012) and Strange New Past (2015).
Launching his 1969 Campaign to bring hip hop to the Australian public, there is no doubting that Seth Sentry is the perfect candidate for the job.
Joining Seth on the tour is one of the fastest rising hip hop acts in Australia, Remi, who appears on the track Nobody Like Me, part of the Strange New Past album.
Although it may not 'Trump' Seth's record-breaking 50 show tour last year, the 1969 Campaign Trail comes off the back of an AIR Award for Best Hip Hop Release, an ARIA Award for Best Urban Release and appearances at a string of festivals (including Byron Bay Falls last January).
Kicking off his 1969 Campaign Trail in Ipswich, Queensland, Seth and Remi are then making a stop over in Brunswick Heads.
Watch the 1969 music video here (LANGUAGE WARNING):
Tickets will be available for pre-sale on Tuesday, April 26, and on sale to the general public as of Wednesday, April 27.
- At the Hotel Bruswick, Brunswick Heads, on Friday, July 1. Info and tickets from www.sethsentri.com