Select Music, UNIFIED Group and Yours & Owls presents
Timberwolf // Special Guests Tickets
8:00pm, Thu 1 March, 2018
Rad Bar, NSW
Off the back of releasing his highly anticipated debut album karos, Adelaide singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Timberwolf has announced a national headline tour, set for early 2018. The news follows the singer's Like A Version performance this morning via triple j, with a stunning rendition of Chet Faker's "Talk Is Cheap".
Kicking off at Adelaide's Garden of Unearthly Delights Festival on February 16, the tour will see Timberwolf transverse across Australia's East Coast heading to Wollongong, Sydney, Newcastle, Sunshine Coast, Belgrave, Melbourne and Geelong - debuting his brand new live show to bring his critically-acclaimed debut album to life.
Released earlier this year, karos is comprised of twelve tracks that showcase exceptional vocal and compositional talent. Undeniably captivating from the onset, karos delves deep into Panouskis' production ability, boasting genius chord progressions, stripped acoustic arrangements, sun-drenched psychedelic guitar and mesmerising vocal. karos received national applause, the album's dynamism being recognised by Rolling Stone saying, " karos brims with sweeping, expansive melodies that combine with Panouskis' vocal to create an enveloping intimacy", as well as The Music who said, "it's what powerful music is capable of and oh so wonderful when one chances upon it".
Since emerging in 2015 with debut EP Flux, Timberwolf has pushed boundaries with his unique and authentic song writing and crafty compositions. 2016's single "Something You Said" led to signing with US publisher Third Side Music and prestigious Australian booking agency Select Music. Following on, he shared his first two album cuts in "Hold You Up" and "Washed Up", which landed him on support duties for Amy Shark's sold out national tour; together with consistent applause from triple j and community radio, Timberwolf has secured a well-deserved national fan base.
Timberwolf is currently on a string of national support shows for Lime Cordiale and The Teskey Brothers, alongside festival appearances at Adelaide's Root Down, Woodford Folk and Rockhampton's One Hot Night, before kicking off his karos album tour in February 2018.