Kingswood announce a massive 2018 Australian tour
Aussie modern rock luminaries Kingswood have announced their only Australian headline dates for 2018. The band have spent the majority of 2018 working on their follow up to 2017’s After Hours, Close To Dawn in Melbourne, Sydney and Nashville and will return to the country for a slew of shows in August and September.
The band will take to the stage in Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Sydney and Melbourne after conquering their massive State Of Origin set alongside The Rubens and Jet this weekend.
Kingswood will be bringing triple j Unearthed artist, Adelaide MANE along for the ride to warm crowds up with her unique brand of explosive indie-pop.
Last year, prior to the release of After Hours, Close To Dawn, Kingswood’s frontman Fergus Linacre opened up about the writing process of the album and the band’s stylistic change.
“If we’re working on one song, we want it to be the best version of that song…” he continues. “We don’t worry about how we’re going to do it live or how it’s going to pair with the other songs on the album.”
“There were a few in the extended Kingswood family that were popping their heads up as we were recording and said, ‘You guys are going to really polarise here’, and we kind of like that.”
Watch Kingswood’s ‘Golden’ here:
KINGSWOOD Australian Tour
Also appearing at:
Sun 24th June
State of Origin – ANZ Stadium, Sydney
w/ The Rubens, Jet
The article was originally published on Tone Deaf