BELLE & SEBASTIAN REVEAL ALBUM ART & TRACK-LISTING

As previously announced, Belle and Sebastian will release their ninth studio album Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance via Matador Records / Remote Control on Friday January 16 in Australia. The band have shared a peak of their album cover, track listing and more.

After a four year absence since their last Australian tour, including a performance at the Sydney Opera House, Belle & Sebastian will return to Australia this summer after announcing a spot at the New Zealand edition of Laneway Festival.

AUSTRALIAN SHOW DATES

MONDAY 26 JANUARY- Laneway Festival Auckland, New Zealand

WEDNESDAY 28 JANUARY – The Tivoli Brisbane, Australia

THURSDAY 29 JANUARY- Enmore Theatre Sydney NSW

SUNDAY 1 FEBRUARY – Palais Theatre Melbourne VIC

TUESDAY 3 FEBRUARY – Astor Theatre Perth, WA

THE HARPOONS ANNOUNCE EAST COAST ALBUM TOUR

The Harpoons have gosh darn gone and announced an Australian East Coast tour to launch their album ‘Falling For You’:

Howler Melbourne – Sat 18th Oct
Goodgod Small Club – Wed 12th Nov
The Brightside – Fri 14th Nov

In addition to this The Harpoons will be performing a very special Live To Air for Triple R (3RRR 102.7FM) on Tuesday 14th of October during Luke Pocock’s program Set It Out.

Grab ‘Falling For You’ on iTunes via Two Bright Lakes / Remote Control here

VELOCIRAPTOR SELF TITLED ALBUM OUT ON VINYL OCT 3RD

The classy red neon vinyl edition of ‘Raptor’s debut album lands this Friday via Dot Dash/ Remote Control.

Just as the likeness of Leroy will inspire young ballers to ball so hard that authorities may want to fine them, so too will this neon red vinyl inspire listeners to listen so hard that they can appreciate the overall warmth of this particular audio medium.

Catch the band appearing at The Blurst Of Times Festival with Hard-Ons, DZ Deathrays, Dick Diver  & more below

VELOCIRAPTOR OCTOBER TOUR DATES:

Saturday 18 October – The Brightside, Brisbane QLD

Sunday 19 October – Seaworks, Williamstown VIC

Saturday 25 October – The Factory Theatre, Sydney NSW