Taking in The UK, Europe and North America, the quintet will fly back home this September to fill a variety of venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Wollongong, Perth, Adelaide, Geelong and Melbourne with their unique brand of guitar pop.
The band have also shared the closing track for Hope Downs, an upbeat but reflective song called ‘The Hammer’. Punctuated by honest verses and a catchy chorus, the layered track continues their quintessentially Australian sound that we’ve come to love with most recent singles ‘Talking Straight‘ ‘An Airconditioned Man‘, and ‘Mainland‘.
Blending insistently tight rhythm sections with jangly guitars and laid back vocals, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever create the kind of happy-sad tunes that would be best described as moody if they didn’t feel so relaxed. Hope Downs is packed with ten robust rock songs and it’s finally out on Friday 15 June.
Tickets to a rock show this golden won’t last long, on sale from Friday 8 June.