Conceived on Australia's East Coast, and now buried alive somewhere in Melbourne, Obscura Hail are sneaking into intimate spaces and filling strangers with relative truths. Recently performing alongside Kele Okereke (Block Party), Cam Avery (Tame Impala, Pond), Aldous Harding, Julia Jacklin and Stolen Violin (The Middle East), Obscura Hail's EP 'Zero' is due late 2019. Carrying a stark beauty, minimalist in nature but impressive in impact, the EP reflects the hands of Sun Kil Moon, the heart of Sufjan Stevens, the method of Elliot Smith, and the harmonic sisterhood of the Roches. Dealing with themes of memory loss and death through anecdotal nostalgia. The live show is intricate and intriguing, think stunning vocal harmonies, beautiful projections, atmospheric loops and subtle use of live and electronic percussion all performed by a four-piece.