Two-Bass Guitar outfit The Omnific are an unstoppable juggernaut! Young, eager and already extremely accomplished, the trio are today announcing the imminent release of their new EP ‘The Mind’s Eye’ on Friday May 10th. The new EP will be available for Pre-Order at all good online outlets and streaming platforms from Friday March 29.

To celebrate the EP, they are kicking it off with a video for recently-released single ‘The Stoic’, filmed at their shows supporting Australian prog-metal legends COG in early 2019. Bassist Matt Fackrell said that the band were “…thrilled to have been able to capture our entire first tour as The Omnific on camera. COG’s “Drawn Together” tour brought us moments that we’ll never forget. We are so thankful to all the fans who turned up early to these shows and contributed to all of these experiences.” 

Not to be slouches, they are also today announcing their EP release tour, which features not only headline shows in Canberra, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, but a huge Australian tour alongside the voices of The Song Company, which takes their epic prog ‘n’ bass sound and adds a choral voice – and puts them into halls and cathedrals in Sydney, Newcastle, Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart, North Sydney, Wollongong, Berry and Perth. 

Fackrell went on to say, “It’s thrilling and exciting to take The Mind’s Eye EP on the road for an extended period of time around Australia, and thanks to The Song Company for presenting us with the opportunity to experiment with the human voice. It provides a challenge, and a whole new horizon of music that we can create and perform.” 


The Omnific Headline shows:
Camberra: May 10th, The BasementSydney: May 17th, Crowbar 
Perth: May 24th, The Boston 
Melbourne: May 31st, Workers Club
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With the voices of The Song Company: 
Sydney: May 7th, Ara Dating Quarter Theatre
Newcastle: May 9th, Newcastle Conservatorium 
Canberra: May 11th, The Street Theatre
Melbourne: May 13th, Melbourne Recital Centre Salon
Hobart: May 14th, St. Cathedral
North Sydney: May 18th, The Independent Theatre
Wollongong: May 19th, Wollongong Art Gallery
Berry: May 22nd, Berry School of Arts
Perth: May 25th, St. George’s Cathedral 

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