At the recent Call Out Fiesta, Island Vibe's After Party, they performed as a nine-piece outfit. With Peter Hunt performing alternately vocals and trumpet, and Tom Hinchcliff on bass, they were joined by a strong horn section and three percussionists. Thankfully, there was a large stage at Greenslopes Bowls Club, so each of the musicians had a reasonable space to bring their craft.
There were a number of amazing showcase performances throughout the set, a tenor sax solo performed during the track Down to the River, a trumpet solo during the track Water, Precious Water, and a guitar solo during the QMusic award-winning track One Step, to list a few. I really appreciate when a band gives some time and space for an individual musician to shine during live performances. I admit, this performance was much more upbeat than I've heard them before and during their generous encore performance, they played a track that got the already dancing crowd skanking.