To celebrate the release of Songs' new album 'Malabar' (out on Popfrenzy Records March 8th) the band hit the road this April.
Since forming in 2007, Songs’ charm has been typified by a lo-fi jangle pop aesthetic, drawing comparisons to AUS and NZ legends such as The Triffids, The Clean and The Go-Betweens.
Their sophomore record still highlights their unique pop sensibilities, but portrays a far rounder, richer, yet more impulsive sound. It’s still the band you fell in love with four years ago, speckled with a fresh slice of imagination and musical improvisation.
Thursday April 11th
GoodGod (Sydney) with The Native Cats and Model Citizen
Friday April 12th
Primitive Room (Brisbane) with Blank Realm and Scraps
Saturday April 13th
Workers Club (Melbourne) with Terrible Truths and School of Radiant Living