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Slowly Slowly Daisy Chain Album Tour

Triple J, Destroy All Lines & FourTone Artists presents

Slowly Slowly Daisy Chain Album Tour

6:30pm, Sat 27 May, 2023
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Slowly Slowly, one of Australia’s most adored and beloved bands are thrilled to announce the Daisy Chain Album Tour in May 2023 with special guests Between You & Me, plus support from CLEWS in Brisbane and Melbourne, and Hevenshe in Sydney. 

The headline run kicks off in Perth on Friday 5 May at the Magnet House (with the support acts still to be announced) before heading across to Brisbane on Thursday 25 May at the Tivoli Theatre, Melbourne’s Forum on Friday 26 May, before finishing up in Sydney on Saturday 27 May at the Roundhouse. 

The Melbourne rockers fourth and most ambitious record Daisy Chain debuted at #5 on the ARIA album chart and has received glowing praise from fans and critics afar. Daisy Chain follows on from 2020's Race Car Blues and 2021's Race Car Blues 2. Daisy Chain balances vulnerability with expertly crafted earworms, with Ben Stewart also at the helm on production duties. 

Over the years, Slowly Slowly have become firm festival favourites, perfecting their captivating live show through spots at Splendour In The Grass, Full Tilt and Good Things Festivals, as well as various headline shows and supports alongside Red Hot Chili Peppers, Amy Shark, Ocean Alley. They completely sold out their ‘Nothing On’ national headline tour earlier this year. 

Between You & Me are Australia’s hottest and self-proclaimed independent boy band with a determination and edge that’s earned them fan-favourite status here and overseas. Having clawed their way from the clutches of death multiple times, they continue to unleash the rockiest, sexiest, most sensual nuggets of music that sees them add groove to the familiar pop-punk formula. Expect a good dance party when this lot’s in town. 

Hevenshe is the uplifting, indie rock project from Jenna McDougall. The Tonight Alive vocalist arrives with a cinematic offering that creates an immersive space for spiritual catharsis through reflections of lockdown, while inspiring road trips and new memories. McDougall describes Hevenshe as ‘inevitable’ and while Tonight Alive is a shared dream, Hevenshe is a proudly independent project that demands excitement.