Join us for a special performance by local artist Hein Cooper and support act Number One Jockey. This is an intimate house concert and will is likely to sell
Join us for a special performance by local artist Hein Cooper and support act Number One Jockey. This is an intimate house concert and will is likely to sell out FAST.
Gates open at 5.30pm (No ticket, No entry)
Kicking the evening off at 6pm with support band Number One Jockey. Hein Cooper then hitting the stage at 7pm.
Food and Beverages
The Bar will be open for drink orders as well as our Casual Bar Menu including Woodfired Pizzas.
No BYO Food or Beverages.
Pre-order the Picnic Box to pick up on arrival – stocked full of Cupitt’s cheese and other delicious food items. Just choose it during the booking process. Choose from Original or Vegetarian. MORE INFO ON WHAT THEY INCLUDE CAN BE FOUND HERE.
About Hein Cooper
After dropping previous singles “Hear My Voice” and “Over Again” last year, and playing a bunch of sold-out homecoming shows across the country, Hein Cooper returned from writing in British coastal towns, Canadian mountains, and cinematic French chalets with single “Like That” and has released his second album ‘Underneath It All’ .
A song about yearning for something more, “Like That” took Hein’s recognisable layers of acoustic guitar, the smooth synth, and the crisp backbeat, but offered something entirely new, giving us a taste of just how diverse his new album will be. The track took fans by surprise with its deep groove and falsetto vocals – clocking over 500k streams, was added to triple j rotation, and set Hein off on a massive tour across Europe.
Latest album preview “Hijack” shows another different side of the album entirely. The album opener offers a moodier take on Cooper’s sound, with a slow brooding build of vocals, beats, and synth set to hypnotise the listener into a woozy swirl of emotion.
Hear “Like That”, “Hijack”, as well as “Hear My Voice” and “Over Again” and the rest of the new album at Cupitt’s on Thursday 12th December for a very intimate gig for his home town crowd.
About Number One Jockey
Scott Thomson, a former Ulladulla High School student, local barista and the man behind Number One Jockey, will be again supporting Hein Cooper. Number One Jockey emulates a “Bob-Dylanish” sound and has released a six-track EP Blue Sky Blues. He plans to release an album titled Flowers In June, taking a different approach to his lo-fi story-telling style heard on the EP.
(Thursday) 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm