Sydney’s wildest quartet Totally Unicorn have announced their brand new album ‘Sorry’, set for release on April 12 via The Farmer and the Owl. Not long after, the band will take the album out for a spin around the country as part of their headline tour in April/May.

In two short years since the 2016 release of their debut, ‘Dream Life‘, a lot has changed for Totally Unicorn – they haven’t stopped bringing the good times, but now they’re getting real about what lies beneath the party. Vocalist Drew Gardner likens himself to the sad clown – and he’s going through some heavy times. Gone are the layers of metaphor, revealing a man dealing openly and unflinchingly with the pitfalls of life with his scars on full display.

Stylistically, ‘Sorry’ springs from the band’s origins as party monsters and riff lords, but this time the music is decidedly deeper with less focus on stage antics and more playing to their strengths as musicians. Adopting a back-to-basics approach to songwriting, the latest single ‘I’ll Be Fine Now’, a slow-burning, almost bluesy dirge unlike anything Totally Unicorn have ever attempted.


Buy ‘Grub’ ‘I’ll Be Fine Now’ Double A Side 7″ here

A cathartic purge of what he was feeling at that moment in time, Gardner says that ‘I’ll Be Fine Now’ is the track he’s most proud of from the upcoming album. “I had about 3 lines written for this song when I went into the booth to record vocals. I did this on purpose as I wanted to just be truthful and say what was on my mind and how I felt at that exact moment that the song was about in my life. I wanted to be honest, not trying to hide, taking the whole process as therapy and getting sadness, regrets and some relief off my chest.”

Long time fans know that the best way to enjoy Totally Unicorn is live – if Drew didn’t drip sweat on you whilst delivering the most passionate performance you’ve ever seen, did you really go to a Totally Unicorn show?

Catch the chaos in Adelaide, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane and Sydney this April/May.




with special guests ARSE

Sunday April 21st*
Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle
Free Entry

Friday April 26th
Crown and Anchor, Adelaide
w/ Arse, Tiersman
Tickets here

Saturday April 27th
The Tote, Melbourne
w/ Arse, Würst Nürse, NoLA (Japan)
Tickets here

Sunday April 28th
The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
w/ Arse, Lake Myer
Tickets here

Friday May 3rd
Crowbar, Brisbane
w/ Arse, NoLA (Japan), Being Jane Lane
Tickets here

Saturday May 4th
Crowbar, Sydney
w/ Pagan, Arse, Blind Girls, Tanned Christ, NoLA (Japan)
Tickets here

Tickets on sale now

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