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Something For Kate - Star-Crossed Cities Tour 2013. Supported by Courtney Barnett

IMC, W&G, SPA & Tonedeaf presents

Something For Kate - Star-Crossed Cities Tour 2013. Supported by Courtney Barnett

7:30pm, Sat 25 May, 2013
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Something For Kate are excited to announce their first extensive Australian tour in over six years this coming May and June. The 'Star-Crossed Cities Tour' will see the band visit larger venues in each capital city, as well as playing many of the regional areas and cities that have been bereft of a visit from one of Australia's best loved bands, for the first time in many years.

Something For Kate will showcase material from their new album, the critically acclaimed 'Leave Your Soul To Science', as well as a comprehensive selection of material from their large and enviable back catalogue.

Upon it's release in October 2012, 'Leave Your Soul To Science'  was hailed by fans and critics alike as Something For Kate's finest work to date and entered the ARIA album charts at number 5. A short tour of capital cities followed, with shows selling out in minutes and additional shows added to meet demand.

Joining the band for all performances will be Melbourne's one and only Courtney Barnett. Following the release of her debut EP 'I've Got A Friend Called Emily Farris', Barnett followed up with the brilliant single 'History Eraser' which was regarded by critics as one of the singles of 2012.

With a long history of Something For Kate tours selling out at lightning speed, fans are advised to get in fast to secure their tickets for what will be a most memorable night of music spanning the career of one of Australia's most revered and respected bands.

'An astonishing performance... a stunning return to the live circuit...an outstanding performance, reaffirming Something For Kate as one of Australia's leading and most talented acts.' - Drum Media

'Something For Kate (delivered) what can only be described as a blistering set...crammed with people truing to get a glimpse of Dempsey//Ashworth//Hyndman machine that cannot seem to play a bad show.' - Tone Deaf.com.au