Enchanting, otherwordly and luxuriously dark, Sydney band Mirella’s Inferno bring a deep and visceral electronic edge to the indie pop genre. When frontwoman Meghan Dea takes centre stage, silence and expectation fall over a densely packed crowd.

Distant synths rumble, guitar strings stir and echoed piano riffs chime out into a build that drops headlong into a wall of sound driven by satisfying beats and gridlocked analogue bass.

As the build subsides, angelic yet soulful vocals reach, soar and land on words both sorrowful and hopeful - the band’s loyal audience joining in with tumultuous expression and collective movement.

From shadows to flames, this impressive ensemble express sorrow and wonder with unmatched dynamic and technique.