On their new EP Vessels, Boatkeeper navigate weighty issues with a heartwarming authenticity

Queensland outfit Boatkeeper have unveiled their new EP Vessels, and honestly, we’re blown away. The band craft authentic and incredibly captivating folk-rock tunes that’ll immediately grab your undivided attention.

The new EP boasts six seemingly flawless new tracks that showcase the band’s versatility and penchant for endearing songwriting.

Vessels, the earthy and captivating new EP from Queensland outfit Boatkeeper, will transport you to a completely different place.

Across the new EP, Boatkeeper weave together elements of folk, blues, rock, and soul to craft a unique sound that belongs entirely to themselves.

Made up of vocalist and guitarist Boyd Fuller, keyboardist and backing vocalist Jordan Fuller, guitarist Ben Rungert , bassist Jack Rungert, and drummer James Tranby-White, the six piece hold the uncanny ability of transporting their listeners to another place altogether.

Their raw, earthy sounds are completely immersive… and once you enter into one of their sprawling soundscapes, you’ll find it quite difficult to exit.

Following a sold-out EP launch show at The Black Bear Lodge in Brisbane, Boatkeeper have been touring extensively… including a sold-out show with Sons Of The East at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory.

If you want to catch the band live, you can do so at any of the following dates:

September 1st – Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney
September 9th – Solbar, Maroochydore
September 14th – NightQuater, Gold Coast
September 15th – Wesley Anne, Northcote
October 27th – The Old Museum, Brisbane

Do yourself a favour and listen to Vessels above.