Triple J presents
City Calm Down
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It's unanimous: Melbourne's City Calm Down have delivered a killer record with the release of their debut album, In A Restless House - out now. Scoring high praise as Feature Album on triple j last week and fresh off the back of a sold-out national tour, we're thrilled to announce the 'In A Restless House' album tour for April 2016, presented by I OH YOU and triple j. Tickets are on sale now.
With tracks like current single 'Son', 'Rabbit Run' and 'Wandering' praised by international media such as the NME, Apple's Beats 1, Consequence of Sound, Stereogum and many more, here at home, the reviews for In A Restless House speak for themselves:
'Bursting with finely crafted pop, swathed in post-punk and new wave, all anchored by their signature baritone.' - triple j Feature Album
'Introspection and elation still tussle, but self-assuredness is what marks this impressive rebirth' - Rolling Stone
'A debut album of ambitious and anthemic pop ... 8/10' - Fasterlouder
'One of this country's most assured, and exciting debut albums in a long time.' - Pilerats
'There's no doubt that in due time City Calm Down will achieve great things' - The Music
'Easily one of the best debut albums of 2015.' - Blunt
'In A Restless House is a blissfully wonderful experience from start to finish... get in line now.' - Hhhhappy.com
'City Calm Down's debut album is a must have. These Melbourne boys have not only carved their name in the Aussie music scene, they've fucking cemented it.' - Musicfeeds
Catch City Calm Down this summer when they hit the festival circuit, performing at Disconnect Festival on Saturday 12 December (Fairbridge, WA); Lost Paradise on Tuesday 29 December (Glenworth Valley, NSW); the sold-out Falls Music & Arts Festival on Wed 30 December (Lorne, VIC) - and also at Sugar Mountain on Saturday 23 January (Melbourne, VIC).
With their October tour selling out quick smart, fans should grab their tickets fast to avoid missing out! The 'In A Restless House' album tour is not to be missed.