Having recently toured Australia’s capital cities with their BRACE album tour (which included a stellar live performance recorded for triple j’s Live At The Wireless), Birds of Tokyo have just announced they’ll now be heading out on the road to play a handful of regional shows.

The regional tour will also coincide with the band’s new single release, Harlequins.  The hauntingly powerful track is the opener from the band’s album BRACE and has rapidly become a fan fave.

“We’ve had endless feedback from fans (at shows and online) that the opening track ‘Harlequins’ is a favourite. We agree,” says bass player Ian Berney of the new single. “This song is a dish best served loud; with raucous riffs and harrowing lyrics; it’s part of our heaviest sounding record to date.”

Tickets for Birds of Tokyo’s epic rock show will go on sale to the general public immediately with all dates listed below:


Wednesday Mar 15 Settlers Tavern, Margaret River

Thursday Mar 16 Prince of Whales, Bunbury

Saturday Mar 18 Pier Bandroom Street Party, Frankston

Sunday Mar 19 Wool Exchange, Geelong

Friday Mar 24  Entrance Leagues Club Central Coast

Saturday Mar 25 The Cambridge, Newcastle

Sunday Mar 26 Batemans Bay Soldiers Club Batemans Bay

Sunday May 27 Big Pineapple Music Festival Sunshine Coast







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