Brisbane’s angel of pop, Thelma Plum has delivered the most special show out of Brisbane’s Old Museum. Better yet, it’s now available to watch in full for a special NAIDOC Week and Aus Music Month Live At The Wireless.
The show was a one-off event called Thelma Plum and Friends. The friends? Hugely talented mates, Tia Gostelow, Jesswar, The Grates’ Patience Hodgeson, and WAAX’s Maz DeVita.
As for the setlist, Plum delivered a heap of hits from last year’s Better In Blak. Tracks like ‘Not Angry Anymore’, ‘Woke Blokes’, and ‘Nick Cave’ are interspersed with older tracks like ‘Around Here’ and ‘Father Said’.
Jesswar offers some important bars on ‘Woke Blokes’. “We march for change, they hold money for centuries, my skin gets degraded when I’m shopping for groceries,” she raps.
Tia Gostelow joins Thelma Plum on stage for a beautiful ‘Around Here’ duet.
You can catch the full setlist down below and the full Live At The Wireless here.
Thelma Plum recently teamed up with Electric Fields and Busby Marou for a cover of ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ at the AFL Grand Final.
Thelma Plum & Friends Live At The Wireless Setlist
Do You Ever Get So Sad You Can’t Breathe
Not Angry Anymore
Woke Blokes (Ft. Jesswar)
Around Here (Ft. Tia Gostelow)
Don’t Let A Good Girl Down (Ft. Patience Hodgeson)
Better in Blak (Ft. Luke Peacock)