A band who delve into the human role within the digital age are coming to The Cube Wodonga.
The Delta Riggs will play on Saturday, May 18 as the headline act for a big night of dancing and music.
Hot on rotation on Triple J and with more than 130,000 plays on Spotify, the group's latest single Out of Place has been an instant fan favourite.
The song focuses on the importance of candid human connection in a digital age and the unhealthy disconnect in purely online relationships.
"Out Of Place is a song about the relevancy of one's position in the modern world," frontman Elliott Hammond said.
"In a time muddled up in what is real and what is fake, sometimes a real friend is all you need to be at peace with feeling out of place in any context."
The track follows a similar narrative to previous single Fake That, which served as a "wake-up call" for an age where Insta-fame, augmented reality, and fake news dominate the digital realm.
This approach saw the song score a high rotation add on Triple J leading into a sold out national headline tour and clock up more than 300,000 streams across platforms in just three months.
The first support on the night will be local singer songwriter Tullie Roberts.
Ms Roberts is a 20-year-old musician who has been gigging for nine years, is in the process of recording her third album and has been dominating Atomic Albury's local charts with a record-breaking 13 weeks at number one with her original song Liar.
The Delta Riggs will also be supported by Emilee South who combines elements of "psycho-surf and rock 'n' roll".
Tickets are $45, Cube members are $40 and can be purchased by calling 6022 9311, in person at the box office or visiting thecubewodonga.com.au