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Touring News

BEN HOWARD ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM

Ben Howard has finally announced his next album “I Forget Where We Were” as the follow up to his massive debut album “Every Kingdom”, which sold more than a million copies, was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and led to Ben picking up two Brit Awards in 2012 for British Breakthrough and British Solo Male Artist.

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LONDON GRAMMAR RELEASE REMIX EP

London Grammar have released their second remix EP "If You Wait" featuring a set of remixes by celebrated producers and DJs such as Claude Von Stroke, who was the man behind one of America's most innovative houes labels Dirtybird Records, Zero 7, and British duo Unkle.

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THE 1975 ADD ADELAIDE SHOW

The fans asked and the band answered – The 1975 have added an Adelaide show to their January tour. Due to demand via social media and even an online petition, the all ages show will take place at The Thebarton Theatre on Saturday, January 10.

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JULY TALK OPEN FOR SPIDERBAIT'S LAST SHOW

Canadian rockers July Talk are making their way to Australia for Bigsound and will also head to Melbourne to open for Spiderbait on September 13.

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NEW VENUE FOR THE 1975 IN BRISBANE

The hysteria for The 1975’s January return is in full swing! From pre-sale tickets alone, the UK four-piece have SOLD OUT their first ever Brisbane headline show at the Tivoli Theatre. Due to demand, this show has now been upgraded to The Marquee at Brisbane Showgrounds.

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THE 1975 ARE BACK!

They may have only left the country a few weeks ago, but UK outfit The 1975 will return to Australian shores in January 2015 for three massive east coast shows. Taking to the stage at Melbourne’s Festival Hall, Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion and their first headlining show in QLD’s capital at Brisbane’s Tivoli Theatre, the hysteria continues to grow for the four-piece on Australian turf.

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