It’s literally just doubled.
The Butterfly Effect
It’s been over five years since they last toured together.
“Ending now with grace and celebration of an incredible fifteen years is the right thing to do.”
Hot on the heels of a national tour supporting Dead Letter Circus and The Butterfly Effect, Melbourne rock act Sleep Parade have announced their official album launch at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Friday, 14th December, previewing tracks from sophomore effort Inside/Out. It’s been a long time between records for the band, who released
Music Feeds reported back in 2012 that The Butterfly Effect‘s singer Clint Boge had left the band, leaving the group on hiatus after a farewell tour. The band have now announced their return with new singer Paul Gallagher, releasing their new single, Eyes Down. The band recently announced a run of live dates. Appearing on
The Butterfly Effect frontman Clint Boge has announced he is quitting the band to pursue other ‘musical interests’.
The Butterfly Effect have announced a run of Australian 2011 tour dates dubbed the ’10 Years Tour’. It’s been a decade since the Brisbane boys emerged with hits like Take It Away from their first album in 2001. They have achieved gold status for three albums and two albums made the triple j Hottest 100