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Feb 22 2024

Culture and Creativity seminar – The Right to Research: Historical Narratives by Refugee and Global South Researchers

Speaker: Professor Marcia C. Schenck, with Mr Gerawork GizawDate\Time: Thursday 22 February2024, 12:30-13:30Location: Building 1 Level A Room 1A21, University of Canberra (https://www.canberra.edu.au/maps/buildings-directory/building-1); or Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/94834177199AbstractThe Right to Research brings together the scholarship of nine scholars working with oral history in the context of their lived experiences of displacement. Covering topics from Burundian refugee drummers to Kurdish photojournalism to pottery and identity in Rwandan refugee camps, the volume asks what it would mean to take seriously a “right to research.” In this talk, the editor Marcia Schenck will reflect along with contributor Gerawork Gizaw on the essence of research and the transformative potential of a right to research for unsettling academic conventions and reimagining power dynamics. Together, they think through the challenges and opportunities they see for changing what it means to produce scholarship from and in displacement.Anyone is welcome!BioMarcia C. Schenck is professor of global history at the University of Potsdam, Germany. Her research interests include global history, African history, oral history, migration history, and the history of international organizations. Her latest books are the open-access monograph Remembering Labor Migration to the Second World (Palgrave Macmillan, 2023) and the co-edited anthology The Right to Research (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2023).Gerawork Gizaw has an MA in Development Economics (PA). A development practitioner, teacher/learning facilitator, and environmentalist; he is an enthusiastic wonderer with a strong interest in understanding the human condition, community organization, and development. He is the recipient of Potsdam University’s Voltaire Prize in 2024 and contributor to The Right to Research.  Link:  https://www.mqup.ca/right-to-research--the-products-9780228014553.phpThe Culture and Creativity Seminar Series is hosted by the Centre for Cultural and Creative Research (CCCR), Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra. To discover upcoming seminars, please follow us on Facebook @uccccr, or Instagram and Twitter @uc_cccr. Alternatively, join our mailing list by emailing cccr@canberra.edu.au.Any questions and accessibility requests please contact: cccr@canberra.edu.au.

12:30 - 13:30
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Feb 23 2024

CCCR Masterclass — Storytelling, Orality, and Memory: a Masterclass on Bringing Other Voices into the University

A masterclass by Professor Marcia C. Schenck of the University of Potsdam, to be held at the University of Canberra on Friday 23rd February 2024. The masterclass is for PhD and ECR researchers in African studies, Anthropology, Creative Writing, Global Studies, Heritage Studies, History, Indigenous Studies, Migration Studies and related disciplines. It will be of special interest to those wanting to find a place within the university for oral forms of knowledge production.The masterclass is free and lunch will be provided.Readings to be supplied. To apply, please see below. Programme:In this session, we will think about the complex relationship between orality and knowledge production. We will do so by thinking through various relationships between orality and memory, similarities and differences between oral and written documents and their relationship to the past, as well as how to transform oral into written sources. We will draw on writings by—and conversations with—scholars from displaced communities, as well as on the reflections on orality and oral narratives other scholars have produced, to examine the various approaches to collecting stories. In the process we will be asking, among other questions, about the qualities and opportunities of oral sources in comparison to written material. We will think through how we approach the transformation of oral sources into written analysis and we will reflect on ethical interviewing and collecting of stories.Bio:Marcia C. Schenck is professor of global history at the University of Potsdam, Germany. Her research interests include global history, African history, oral history, migration history, and the history of international organizations. With UNHCR training in higher education in emergency settings, and in collaboration with Princeton’s Global History Lab, Marcia has since 2016 worked in providing access to higher education in the humanities to refugee and host-country learners. This has included teaching in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya, and the development and teaching of a research methods and ethics course that supports refugee learner and host country student teams in Rwanda, Kenya, and the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region to formulate their own history research projects. A former Mercator Fellow in International Affaris, Marcia has held research fellowships at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Princeton University and the Historisches Kolleg, Munich. Her latest books are Remembering Labor Migration to the Second World (Palgrave Macmillan, 2023) and the co-edited anthology, The Right to Research (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2023), while her current book project seeks to center African refugee management in the era of decolonization to argue for the importance of that time period in understanding the evolution of the global refugee regime.To apply, please contact Professor Paul Magee on paul.magee@canberra.edu.edu with 2-3 sentences on the topic of your research. A tangential link to the topic is fine — tangents are good.Places are limited, so please apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.Any questions and accessibility requests please contact: cccr@canberra.edu.au 

12:00 - 15:30
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Feb 24 2024

Pub Golf (Meet & Greet)

Join us for pub golf and meet with our members.  This is a light-hearted meet and greet event happening on Saturday, 24 February. If you haven’t heard of pub golf, it is basically a pub crawl around Canberra city with a bit of a golf twist.  As this is a golfing event, people are encouraged to dress in golf attire. The best dress will also be winning a prize! Working in teams or groups of about 2-3 people, each team will have a crack at trying to obtain the lowest score by the end of the pub golf.  At each of the holes (pubs/bars) listed below, there will be a designated drink and ‘par’ on the scorecard. On arrival, your team will need to purchase the drink, and on a go, your team will need to try and finish the drink in the listed amount of sips or lower on the par. After you finish, your combined score is recorded. By the end, the team with the lowest score wins some merchandise from Lazy Sunday (our sponsor).  E.G - We go to BentSpoke, and the drink is beer on a par of 2. Your team all get the beer, you finish your drink in 2 sips, and your partner finishes theirs in 4. Your score would be 6.  This is at your own expense, the club may provide some food on the day.   Crawl Plan (you can find the scorecard on this page): Starting - 2 pm BentSpoke Brewing Co. (48/38 Mort St, Braddon ACT 2612)  2.45 pm Assembly (Assembly The People's Pub -11 Lonsdale St, Braddon ACT 2612) Offering $8 vodka + mixer (excluding RedBull) 3.30 pm Hopscotch (5 Lonsdale St, Braddon ACT 2612) Offering $7 pints of capital coast ale  4.20 pm Civic Pub (The Civic Pub - 8 Lonsdale St, Braddon ACT 2612) 5.10 pm Dolly’s (50 Bunda St, Canberra ACT 2601) Offering $10 fruit tingle cocktails 6 pm King O’Malley’s (131 City Walk, Canberra ACT 2601) 6.45 pm Token (Token Arcade and Kitchen - 34 Northbourne Ave, Canberra ACT 2601) Offering 2  for 1 on menu shots and 2 for 1 on gin.  Finish - 7.30 pm Moose (Mooseheads Canberra - 105 London Cct, Canberra ACT 2601) Caption

14:00 - 20:00
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Feb 29 2024

Culture and Creativity seminar – Joka and the Blue Rabbit: Crafting Stories with the Junior Red Cross

Speaker: A. McCarthyDate\Time: Thursday 29 February 2024, 12:30-13:30Location: Building 1 Level A Room 1A21, University of Canberra (https://www.canberra.edu.au/maps/buildings-directory/building-2); or Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91456447948AbstractThe Junior Red Cross was formed in 1914 in both Australia and Canada. It grew quickly and by 1922 had been organised in 22 countries. By 1928, with a global membership of just over 10 million, the Junior Red Cross boasted greater numbers than its senior counterpart. There are rich photographic archives—most notably at the Library of Congress— documenting the work of Junior branches of the Red Cross, as well as the lives of children assisted by its programs. In many cases these images and the accounts that go along with them testify to the incredible creativity and productivity of children who contributed both materially and affectively to rapidly expanding international humanitarian networks. While these contributions were by no means always on children’s own terms, this paper explores the possibility of re-storying child-created archival materials to tell different stories about children’s experiences with, and contributions to, humanitarianism. In particular, this paper will share some of the author’s work-in-progress developing a graphic novel: Joka and the Blue Rabbit. An experiment in using a primarily visual genre to grapple with a largely visual archive, Joka and the Blue Rabbit re-stories the rise of transnational humanitarian networks during WWI through engaging with child-made objects that travel. These travelling objects in turn enable the mobility of a little boy (Joka), and his rabbit, who, alongside the children they meet, have several scores to settle.Anyone is welcome!Bio: Dr. A. McCarthy is currently a Lecturer in Global Studies at the University of Canberra. Their work has focused on children’s participation in development programs. Their 2021 book "Children and NGOs in India: Development as Storytelling and Performance" documented the way slum children in Delhi creatively pursue their own projects of development through participation in NGO programs. More recently, they have begun to build on their ethnographic research by exploring the historical dimensions of children and young people’s participation in development, humanitarianism, and peace activism both in the global south and the global north. In particular, they are interested in the transnational flows of child-authored materials - drawings, stories, poems, letters, etc. - exploring their role in making and enacting humanitarianism, internationalism, and highlighting their critiques and grievances against the adult world.The Culture and Creativity Seminar Series is hosted by the Centre for Cultural and Creative Research (CCCR), Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra. To discover upcoming seminars, please follow us on Facebook @uccccr, or Instagram and Twitter @uc_cccr. Alternatively, join our mailing list by emailing cccr@canberra.edu.au.Any questions and accessibility requests please contact: cccr@canberra.edu.au.

12:30 - 13:30
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Mar 2 2024

First Aid Course

UCLifex and Surf Life Saving NSW are bringing a First Aid course straight to you on campus to make it as simple as possible for you to get certified! There are 2 course options, please see the details of each below to choose which course you'd like to do. Please note, HLTAID011 includes HLTAID009, both courses are run together, those only completing the CPR component (HLTAID009) will just finish earlier in the day. Please only book ONE of the below courses. Course 1.HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitationCourse DescriptionThe Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) course delivers the essential principles, skills and knowledge to maintain or restore breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant. The course content is based on the policies and standards of the Australian Resuscitation Council.Course ContentRecognise an emergency situation and convey details of the incident to emergency servicesLegal issues and infection controlAssessing the casualty and recognising the need for CPREmergency action principles - DRSABCDPlan an appropriate first aid responseExternal cardiac compressions (CPR)Adult, infant and child CPR rates and techniquesOne and two person CPR techniquesUse of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)Contribute to workplace reporting of an incident and psychological impacts on self and othersDuration - 2.5 hours including assessment.Entry Requirements - Participants must be a minimum of 10 years of age on the date of final assessment.Assessment - The course is assessed through demonstration*, presentation and application of all elements of competency in the workplace. Participants will be required to complete activities that may include role-plays, oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations and performing scenarios. Please note, it is a requirement of this course that practical demonstration of CPR must be performed on the floor.Certification - Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the following unit of competency: - HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitationValidity - One (1) year from date of course. It is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council that you update your CPR skills every 12 months.Course 2.HLTAID011 - Provide First AidCourse DescriptionThis course provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to manage emergency first aid situations and deliver competent emergency care until the arrival of professional medical support. Once completed, participants will obtain a first aid certificate that is valid for three years. The Provide First Aid course is nationally recognised ACECQA approved training.Course ContentLegal issues and infection controlDRSABCD action planThe principles of first aid and its applicationsRecognition and management of emergency situations and convey details of the incident to emergency servicesCardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and DefibrillationContribute to workplace reporting of an incident and psychological impacts on self and othersTreatment of shock, infection, fractures, bleeding and burnsEmergencies due to lack of oxygen, excess heat or coldRecognition and management of medical conditions that may need emergency care, including heart attack, stroke, asthma, diabetes and epilepsyManagement of common medical emergencies using available equipmentTreatment of poisoning including venomous bites and stingsEntry Requirements - Participants must be a minimum of 14 years of age on the date of final assessment.Delivery Options - One full day of training (8 hours) plus a question and answer workbook (available online) to be completed independently prior to the day of practical training.Assessment- This course is assessed through demonstration, presentation and application of all elements of competency in the workplace. Participants will be required to complete activities that may include role-plays, oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations and performing scenarios. Please note, it is a requirement of this course that practical demonstration of CPR must be performed on the floor.CertificationUpon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the following units of competency:- HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation - HLTAID010 - Provide basic emergency life support- HLTAID011 - Provide First AidPre Course Learning - Approximately 1 hour online activities.Validity - Three (3) years from date of course. It is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council that the CPR component of this course be updated every 12 months

09:00 - 17:00
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Mar 7 2024

Culture and Creativity seminar – Prehistoric Joy: Using Archaeology to Write a Personal Memoir about Family Violence

Speaker: Dr. Andrew SneddonDate\Time: Thursday 7March 2024, 12:30-13:30Location: Building 1 Level A Room 1A21, University of Canberra (https://www.canberra.edu.au/maps/buildings-directory/building-1); or Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/93012439780AbstractDr. Andrew Sneddon spent a career writing about other people – by delving into their archaeology, assessing the significance of their heritage places – before he turned his hand to writing about himself. Was it liberating? At first it felt that way. In his memoir (Prehistoric Joy), about growing up in a family beset by domestic violence and alcoholism, Andrew found himself writing in a new language where he was the boss, telling his story, in his own way, instead of having to accommodate a ‘multivocal past’ and competing academic opinions about how things should be interpreted. But during the editing process, and since Prehistoric Joy’s publication, he has entered a world of difficult conversations, where he has learned that his personal story intertwines with those of others and that no story is univocal. Andrew will talk about his memoir and the writing experience, drawing on his career as an archaeologist, while describing how it is that storytelling is at the heart of everything, that it has consequences, and carries with it responsibilities.Anyone is welcome!Bio: Dr. Andrew Sneddon is an archaeologist and heritage practitioner with over thirty years’ experience in Australia and internationally. He has published monographs and peer-reviewed articles on the prehistory of Cyprus, a collection of poetry (Ghost Armies), and most recently a memoir entitled Prehistoric Joy.The Culture and Creativity Seminar Series is hosted by the Centre for Cultural and Creative Research (CCCR), Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra. To discover upcoming seminars, please follow us on Facebook @uccccr, or Instagram and Twitter @uc_cccr. Alternatively, join our mailing list by emailing cccr@canberra.edu.au.Any questions and accessibility requests please contact: cccr@canberra.edu.au.

12:30 - 13:30
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Mar 26 2024

First Aid Course

UCLifex and Surf Life Saving NSW are bringing a First Aid course straight to you on campus to make it as simple as possible for you to get certified! There are 2 course options, please see the details of each below to choose which course you'd like to do. Please note, HLTAID011 includes HLTAID009, both courses are run together, those only completing the CPR component (HLTAID009) will just finish earlier in the day. Please only book ONE of the below courses. Course 1.HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitationCourse DescriptionThe Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) course delivers the essential principles, skills and knowledge to maintain or restore breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant. The course content is based on the policies and standards of the Australian Resuscitation Council.Course ContentRecognise an emergency situation and convey details of the incident to emergency servicesLegal issues and infection controlAssessing the casualty and recognising the need for CPREmergency action principles - DRSABCDPlan an appropriate first aid responseExternal cardiac compressions (CPR)Adult, infant and child CPR rates and techniquesOne and two person CPR techniquesUse of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)Contribute to workplace reporting of an incident and psychological impacts on self and othersDuration - 2.5 hours including assessment.Entry Requirements - Participants must be a minimum of 10 years of age on the date of final assessment.Assessment - The course is assessed through demonstration*, presentation and application of all elements of competency in the workplace. Participants will be required to complete activities that may include role-plays, oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations and performing scenarios. Please note, it is a requirement of this course that practical demonstration of CPR must be performed on the floor.Certification - Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the following unit of competency: - HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitationValidity - One (1) year from date of course. It is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council that you update your CPR skills every 12 months.Course 2.HLTAID011 - Provide First AidCourse DescriptionThis course provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to manage emergency first aid situations and deliver competent emergency care until the arrival of professional medical support. Once completed, participants will obtain a first aid certificate that is valid for three years. The Provide First Aid course is nationally recognised ACECQA approved training.Course ContentLegal issues and infection controlDRSABCD action planThe principles of first aid and its applicationsRecognition and management of emergency situations and convey details of the incident to emergency servicesCardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and DefibrillationContribute to workplace reporting of an incident and psychological impacts on self and othersTreatment of shock, infection, fractures, bleeding and burnsEmergencies due to lack of oxygen, excess heat or coldRecognition and management of medical conditions that may need emergency care, including heart attack, stroke, asthma, diabetes and epilepsyManagement of common medical emergencies using available equipmentTreatment of poisoning including venomous bites and stingsEntry Requirements - Participants must be a minimum of 14 years of age on the date of final assessment.Delivery Options - One full day of training (8 hours) plus a question and answer workbook (available online) to be completed independently prior to the day of practical training.Assessment- This course is assessed through demonstration, presentation and application of all elements of competency in the workplace. Participants will be required to complete activities that may include role-plays, oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations and performing scenarios. Please note, it is a requirement of this course that practical demonstration of CPR must be performed on the floor.CertificationUpon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the following units of competency:- HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation - HLTAID010 - Provide basic emergency life support- HLTAID011 - Provide First AidPre Course Learning - Approximately 1 hour online activities.Validity - Three (3) years from date of course. It is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council that the CPR component of this course be updated every 12 months

09:00 - 17:00
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Mar 27 2024

First Aid Course

UCLifex and Surf Life Saving NSW are bringing a First Aid course straight to you on campus to make it as simple as possible for you to get certified! There are 2 course options, please see the details of each below to choose which course you'd like to do. Please note, HLTAID011 includes HLTAID009, both courses are run together, those only completing the CPR component (HLTAID009) will just finish earlier in the day. Please only book ONE of the below courses. Course 1.HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitationCourse DescriptionThe Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) course delivers the essential principles, skills and knowledge to maintain or restore breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant. The course content is based on the policies and standards of the Australian Resuscitation Council.Course ContentRecognise an emergency situation and convey details of the incident to emergency servicesLegal issues and infection controlAssessing the casualty and recognising the need for CPREmergency action principles - DRSABCDPlan an appropriate first aid responseExternal cardiac compressions (CPR)Adult, infant and child CPR rates and techniquesOne and two person CPR techniquesUse of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)Contribute to workplace reporting of an incident and psychological impacts on self and othersDuration - 2.5 hours including assessment.Entry Requirements - Participants must be a minimum of 10 years of age on the date of final assessment.Assessment - The course is assessed through demonstration*, presentation and application of all elements of competency in the workplace. Participants will be required to complete activities that may include role-plays, oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations and performing scenarios. Please note, it is a requirement of this course that practical demonstration of CPR must be performed on the floor.Certification - Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the following unit of competency: - HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitationValidity - One (1) year from date of course. It is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council that you update your CPR skills every 12 months.Course 2.HLTAID011 - Provide First AidCourse DescriptionThis course provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed to manage emergency first aid situations and deliver competent emergency care until the arrival of professional medical support. Once completed, participants will obtain a first aid certificate that is valid for three years. The Provide First Aid course is nationally recognised ACECQA approved training.Course ContentLegal issues and infection controlDRSABCD action planThe principles of first aid and its applicationsRecognition and management of emergency situations and convey details of the incident to emergency servicesCardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and DefibrillationContribute to workplace reporting of an incident and psychological impacts on self and othersTreatment of shock, infection, fractures, bleeding and burnsEmergencies due to lack of oxygen, excess heat or coldRecognition and management of medical conditions that may need emergency care, including heart attack, stroke, asthma, diabetes and epilepsyManagement of common medical emergencies using available equipmentTreatment of poisoning including venomous bites and stingsEntry Requirements - Participants must be a minimum of 14 years of age on the date of final assessment.Delivery Options - One full day of training (8 hours) plus a question and answer workbook (available online) to be completed independently prior to the day of practical training.Assessment- This course is assessed through demonstration, presentation and application of all elements of competency in the workplace. Participants will be required to complete activities that may include role-plays, oral and written questioning, practical demonstrations and performing scenarios. Please note, it is a requirement of this course that practical demonstration of CPR must be performed on the floor.CertificationUpon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a nationally recognised statement of attainment for the following units of competency:- HLTAID009 - Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation - HLTAID010 - Provide basic emergency life support- HLTAID011 - Provide First AidPre Course Learning - Approximately 1 hour online activities.Validity - Three (3) years from date of course. It is recommended by the Australian Resuscitation Council that the CPR component of this course be updated every 12 months

09:00 - 17:00
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Mar 30 2024

Overnight Hike

This is the club’s first overnight trip, and what better way to start it than in Canberra’s own Nmadgi National Park?  You will need to sign up for this trip, as spaces are limited to the first 20 people to sign up on the spreadsheet below. If you don’t make the 20-person limit, put your name below, as this will be a ‘waiting list’ for anyone who pulls out. The club can supply you with gear, but you need to list this on the spreadsheet.  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1iWAQmm8tw3enMjhyGWNs9TTSJfnqZqFi3aR-EOxKflE/edit?usp=sharing This trip will be a 2-day, 1-night trip where you hike from the Honeysuckle campground to Booroomba and camp at the campground here (Boorooma). Then returning the same way back to the Honeysuckle campground the following day.  The trip rating on AllTrails is moderate, but we think most beginners (with moderate physical abilities) can participate.  The walk to Booroomba Rocks is a breathtaking hike in Namadgi National Park. You can start your trek from the Honeysuckle Campground, which is well-equipped for an overnight stay. The trail takes you through towering forests and up to the massive granite cliffs. Although there are some steep sections, the stunning views from the top make it well worth the effort. Many consider these to be the best views from the Brindabella Ranges. All the additional details, including the map, can be found on the AllTrails site below.  https://www.alltrails.com/en-gb/explore/trail/australia/australian-capital-territory/booroomba-rocks-from-honeysuckle-campground?mobileMap=false&ref=sidebar-static-map

06:00 - 19:00 1 more date available
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May 26 2024

Dear Seattle - ‘idc’ Regional Tour

SUPPORTS: with Special Guests Late 90’s and DeadshowwsDEAR SEATTLE are taking to the motorways on a mammoth regional tour across Australia in 2024 off the back of their recent single ‘idc’. An instant modern-day grunge classic, Sydney indie mavericks DS return armed with the anthemic new single, out now via Domestic La La.Packed with fuzzy guitars, nostalgic rock nods and catchy melodics for days, ‘idc’ follows on from the quartet's recent upbeat outing ‘Nothing's Stopping Me Now’ with lashings of heart and a criminally catchy chorus primed for group singalongs.Produced by long-time Dear Seattle friend and producer Fletcher Matthews (Trophy Eyes, The Buoys, STUMPS), ‘idc’ cuts a sharply fun figure, with the latest track ultimately starting life as a joke, springing to life at the end of an extensive writing session. "idc started out as a joke," shares guitarist and vocalist Brae Fisher. "Our producer Fletcher and I had spent almost a month writing a song every day, and I think we both went a bit loopy and needed to blow off some steam. I was actively trying to write the worst lyrics I could for the chorus, which is where the line “write a chorus rhyme it with nirvana came from”... and we were just laughing the whole session. Annoyingly the song itself and the melodies turned out to be sick and our whole team loved it. The more I listened to it though, the more I realised how much I loved it’s message, namely that I need stop taking myself so seriously all the time, sometimes it’s nice to just be a dumb kid again.""Nowadays we’re constantly being polarised, judged and becoming more and more detached from each other in the process. It sucks. Life is tough. It gets expensive, it’s constantly demanding, and we’re surrounded by so much negativity that it’s hard to find the motivation to put on pants in the morning, so whatever you need to do to make it that little bit easier, just do it." Tickets to the ‘idc’ tour are on sale now, catch Dear Seattle throughout May, June & July.

19:00 - 23:30

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