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Clubfeet Australian Tour and Album Trailer

Written by Marc Zanotti on January 9, 2013

Clubfeet have a new album and a new national tour on the way. The upcoming album is titled Heirs & Graces and is set for release Friday, January 18. You can check out the album trailer below and get to know a little about the band and their new LP.

The album will feature singles Heartbreak and Everything You Wanted. In support of Heirs & Graces, the band will embark on an inclusive Australian tour. The nine-date tour includes shows in Bendigo, Canberra, WA, SA and Tas, along the usual tour destinations.

When asked by Music Feeds about working with Victor Van Vugt for their sophomore album, the band explained that they’ve long been friends with the sought-after producer.

“Victor is an old friend, so he’s always a pleasure to work with. He gives us an excuse to go to NY every now and then, plus he looks a little like Michael Fassbender – very handsome.”

Watch: Clubfeet – Heirs & Graces – Album Trailer

Clubfeet – Heirs & Graces – Australian Tour Dates

Friday, 8th February
Star Bar, Bendigo

Saturday, 9th February
Ding Dong, Melbourne

Thursday, 14th February
Transit Bar, Canberra

Saturday, 16th February
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Thursday, 21st February
Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane

Friday, 22nd February
Elsewhere, Gold Coast

Saturday, 23rd February
Speakeasy @ Villa, Perth

Wednesday, 27th February
Republic Bar, Hobart

Friday, 1st March
Ed Castle, Adelaide

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