After three successful all-Aussie versions over the past three weekends, Isol-Aid is shaking things up for its next installment with a special midweek lunchtime version featuring international acts.

Dubbed "Lunch Without Borders", it sees Gordi along with the team behind Isol-Aid present some international acts who are currently unable to travel to Australia due to Government restrictions perform alongside local musicians.

The live stream will kick off from 11.30am AEST this Wednesday, with each artist playing a 15 minute live set via Instagram Live. It will be moderated by the Isol-Aid Instagram page where viewers can be directed to the individual artist accounts for each set.

The line-up features Iceland's Asgeir (who was actually meant to tour Australia in May but of course the travel restrictions now make this impossible) as well as Nanna Bryndís Hilmarsdóttir (vocalist from Of Monsters & Men, who managed to tour here recently for Falls Festival before shit got real), Tennessee's Julien Baker, British indie electronic producer/singer Shura and New York synth pop duo Overcoats.

Meanwhile the locals representing alongside your host Gordi will be Melbourne experimental bedroom pop purveyor Katie Dey and Adelaide indie pop act George Alice.

Viewers are encouraged to donate to Support Act during the performance.

For more info you can head to Isol-Aid's website.


Katie Dey

George Alice