NICHOLAS ALLBROOK SHARES NEW SINGLE 'ADVANCE' + ANNOUNCES NATIONAL TOUR THIS MARCH
"Allbrook makes sure each song is worth listening to." - BEAT
"That's the modus operandi of Nicholas Allbrook: he's an original." - THE AU REVIEW
"A set that will command attention while mystifying and hypnotising audiences in the best way possible." - THE BRAG
Nicholas Allbrook is a man of many monikers - POND front-man, former-Tame Impala bass player, one half of Allbrook/Avery and Peter Bibby drummer. Today he shares his latest solo offering Advance, out March 11th via Spinning Top Records. The first taste from his forthcoming second LP, Allbrook will be heading out on a national headline tour in support of the single this March. Tickets on sale now.
Advance follows last year's 'Walrus' EP, which featured lead singles Blanket 3027 and Noyfeck. The new track comments on his Australian roots, and gives new insight into the weird and wonderful mind of the DIY antipodean.
Allbrook first earned himself a devout following with the release of his debut LP 'Ganough, Wallis and Fatuna.' Since then, he has appeared at Sydney's At First Sight festival and accompanied revered indie outfit Unknown Mortal Orchestra on their run of sold-out Australian shows. Now, the Perth talent is bringing his stripped back live show to a range of intimate venues around the country.
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