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Scissor Sisters Australian Tour September 2012

Written by Brayden Darke on July 24, 2012

New York glam-queens Scissor Sisters will return to Australia this September on the back of their new album Magic Hour. Last out here for Summadayze and Pyramid Rock at the end of last/beginning of this year, we’ll see them back again to play three shows in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.

For their new album, the band have worked with a diverse list of new collaborators, such as Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams, Diplo, Alex Rihda [BoysNoize] and Azealia Banks. The album was recorded over the past year in New York and London. Of Magic Hour, vocalist Jake Shears says “It’s a sweet joyful mélange of beat-driven future-pop. It style-hops all over the place unabashedly.”

Since their debut release in 2004 Scissor Sisters have sold over 4.5 million albums in the UK. The albums Scissor Sisters and Ta-Dah both hit #1 whilst 2010’s Night Work reached #2. Tickets go on sale 9am Wednesday 1st August 2012 so don’t miss out!

Scissor Sisters Australian Dates September 2012

Tue 25th September – Brisbane, The Arena
$65.85 + credit card charges through http://ticketmaster.com.au

Wed 26th September- Melbourne, Hamer Hall Arts Centre Melbourne
$77 through http://theartscentre.com.au (booking fee & credit card fees may apply)

Thu 27th September – Sydney, Sydney Opera House Concert Hall
$83 through http://sydneyoperahouse.com.au (booking fee & credit card fees may apply)

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