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Even 'Satin Returns' Album Tour
Bursting back on the scene this year with their highly anticipated seventh studio album, muchloved indie rock trio EVEN have announced their ‘Satin Returns’ album tour, kicking off in Sydney this September at Marrickville Bowlo.
Packed full of eleven indie rock gems 'Satin Returns' was recorded over many sessions in many studios over a handful of years and continues the band's tradition of making impossibly catchy psychedelic pop.
Setting the tone for their new record is the first single from the Album is 'The Opener', a song that celebrates Even's re-emergence. The band have officially released the companion video, which was filmed at the album launch and features live footage of their first ever performance of the song.
'We reverted to a traditional approach for this clip, no hipster irony, no sub-plots just the band playing live and me mincing in front of a camera while I still have a full rock mop to play with and my trusty old Epiphone Casino 6- string being the true star.'
You can catch Even at the following venues:
Friday September 21 - Marrickville Bowlo
Sydney Saturday September 22 - The Zoo
Brisbane Thursday September 27 - NSC
Melbourne Friday September 28 - Jive, Adelaide
'Satin Returns - their first album since 2011 is classic Even; crisp, clean, silky smooth and above all, a welcome return.' The Age
'Twenty years on, the sheer pop classicism they seemingly so easily make continues.' themusic
EVEN album 'Satin Returns' out now - available for purchase Here
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