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Grails Tour Supports Announced

Written by Mike Solo on August 1, 2012

Portland cinematic rock band GRAILS are touring Australia for the first time this October, taking in the newly minted This Is Nowhere festival in Perth and supporting Tortoise in Melbourne.

They’re also doing a round of headline shows on the east coast and have now announced the supports for these dates.

The cast features Brisbane locals The Rational Academy and Turnpike, Melbourne’s Laura and High Tea; and for the Sydney show, Perth post-rockers Tangled Thoughts of Leaving and Sydney’s Dumbsaint and Secret Birds.

Wednesday October 17
The Zoo
Brisbane w/ The Rational Academy and Turnpike
Tickets from http://tickets.lifeisnoise.com/, The Zoo and Oztix. Presale $35+BF

Thursday October 18
Northcote Social Club
Melbourne w/ Laura and High Tea.
Tickets from http://tickets.lifeisnoise.com/, The Corner and Oztix. Presale $35+BF

Friday October 19
Oxford Art Factory
Sydney w/ Tangled Thoughts of Leaving (WA), Dumbsaint and Secret Birds
Tickets from http://tickets.lifeisnoise.com/, Moshtix and Oztix. Presale $35+BF

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