RTRFM’s award-nominated short film series The View From Here returns for its second season with Episode 13, featuring Perth alternative-country star Ruby Boots playing on the hallowed stage of the Perth Concert Hall.

Ruby Boots – the stage name of singer-songwriter Bex Chilcott – is one of WA’s proudest musical exports of the last decade, having toured internationally in support of her debut album, Solitude; supporting the likes of Adalita, Reverend Horton Heat, Tim Rogers & Father John Misty; and winning the Best Country Act at the West Australian Music Awards for the last five years running.

Backed by a drummer Elliot Smith, bassist Belle Harvey and guitarist Lee Jones, Episode 13 of The View From Here sees Ruby Boots delivers 16 minutes of intimate, country-tinged Americana in front of the stunning expanse of one of the most iconic performance spaces in Western Australia.

Set List:

  • Slow Burning
  • Solitude
  • Wrap Me in a Fever
  • Ruby Blue

Credits:
Filmed by Sam Price and Lewis Potts, Editing and Animation by Sam Price, Produced by Chris Wheeldon, Audio mixed and engineered by Adrian Sardi, Production by Alex Spartalis.
Filmed on location with thanks to the Perth Concert Hall.

The View From Here was produced with assistance from the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

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James Street Amphitheatre, James Street, Northbridge

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