The Drones seventh studio album, ‘Feelin Kinda Free‘ is out today.
With their national tour set to kick off at the end of April, the band has announced the supports for the tour to launch it all.
Melbourne’s Harmony will be joining them everywhere except Perth and Wollongong and in Melbourne at the Tote. These will be Harmony’s first shows in over a year.
Electro trash masters EXEK will join the 170 Russell Melbourne bill.
Benjamin Witt joins the Drones in Perth. Benjamin plays with the likes of The Chemist, The Growl and generates a very weird modern blues that is too hard to describe.
In Wollongong and Sydney The Drones will be supported by You Beauty. Their new album is all about internet dating while their previous album was about a guy who used to play in the NRL in the late 1990’s.
At the Tote they will be joined by young maniacs White Vans for the all ages arvo show. At the evening show they will be joined by White Vans and Tyrannamen.
Listen to the album now below.
29th – The Gov, Adelaide [18+] w/ Harmony
30th – Rosemount Hotel, Perth [18+] w/ Benjamin Witt
6th – The Triffid, Brisbane [18+] w/ Harmony
7th – The Northern, Byron Bay [18+] w/ Harmony
12th – Wollongong Uni Bar, Wollongong [18+] w/ You Beauty
13th – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle [18+] w/ Harmony
14th – The Metro, Sydney [18+] w/ Harmony and You Beauty
20th – 170 Russell, Melbourne [18+] w/ Harmony and EXEK
21st – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart [18+] w/ Harmony
28th – The Tote, Collingwood [AA – Arvo w/ White Vans] [18+ – Night w/ White Vans, Tyrannamen]
—> Tickets available now.
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1. Private Execution (07:11)
2. Taman Shud (03:27)
3. Then They Came For Me (04:18)
4. To Think That I Once Loved You (06:14)
5. Tailwind (05:32)
6. Boredom (03:23)
7. Sometimes (03:56)
8. Shut Down SETI (06:01)