Perth singer-songwriter Laurie Luke is looking forward to his next trip to Bunbury.
Joined by The Renegades, the indie-rock musician will perform at the Prince of Wales Hotel on Saturday, March 23.
Supporting act/rock-funk group Flyball Gov'nor will also be along for the ride.
"I have been to Bunbury quite a few times, it's a gorgeous spot. I might come down a bit early to go for a swim," he said.
"The Prince of Wales is an awesome venue, and we're all looking forward to it.
"We like getting away from the 'nine to five' and forging something with good friends.
"We're always jumping at the opportunity to travel to the South West.
"We're looking forward to performing some new music in the shows, as well."
Luke's songs all contain extraordinary levels of depth and emotional resonance.
The musician has struck gold - forging a unique sound that appeals to a wide variety of people.
Success, failure, unrequited love, and personal tragedy were the inspirations behind his debut EP, Way Back When.
The new album features two recently-released tracks, Seventeen and Rainbow Bomb.
"With this album, I played most of it on my own. There are a few different drummers on there, as well as guests on the keyboard and saxophone," he said.
"I didn't think I was going to show it to anyone or put it out.
"It was a very personal record, and that's because I didn't really think anyone was going to hear it.
"There are a lot of things on the album that I probably wouldn't have done beforehand. I just wanted to experiment with it."
"I showed people a few different songs while I was recording the album, and they [singles Seventeen and Rainbow Bomb] were the two that stood out to everyone."
Luke has his sights set on an east coast tour as well as plans for another album.
Visit facebook.com/laurielukerecords/ to find out more or to listen to Luke's collection of songs.