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Sound Of Seasons Announce ACT Show To ‘Make Believe’ Tour

Written by Mike Hohnen on August 17, 2012

Sydney’s Sound of Seasons have today announced to all their fans in the nation’s capital that they won’t be missing out on the recently announced Make Believe tour. Adding a show at Canberra’s UC Refectory, the lads will be joined by local legends Drawing North, Melbourne’s We Rob Banks and Atlantis Awaits, who will be setting the scene for the night.

As they did with their previous offering, the single Sweet Decline, the band hunkered down in Sydney’s Electric Sun Studios. The release will hold 7 new tunes, combining on the EP to form a hard-hitting and emotional, synth-layered slice of everything and anything you’d want from an outfit such as Sound of Seasons.

Most recently, the band hit the road with genre buddies Built on Secrets and Sienna Skies, tearing apart venues up and down the East Coast. The Make Believe tour will see Sound of Seasons return to many of their regular stages, and will also mark their debut Western Australian leg. The sheer logistics of such a tour speaks volumes for the band’s commitment and level of professionalism. When you combine that with their unique Chiodos meets anything with Jonny Craig in it, you’re left with a burgeoning alternative band you wouldn’t want to bet against.

Having supported Canadian exports These Kids Wear Crowns late last year, the boys can already tick off the international support box, and playing with the likes of Closure in Moscow has seen them become local touring legends. Keep an eye out for the fresh release this September through MGM.

MAKE BELIEVE TOUR – SOUND OF SEASONS

Saturday September 1st – *New Show
UC Refectory – Canberra

Thursday September 20
Yours and Owls – Wollongong

Saturday September 22
The Basement- Canberra

Sunday September 23
The Lair – Sydney

Wednesday September 26
Cambridge Hotel – Newcastle

Thursday September 27
Port Macquarie Hotel – Port Macquarie

Saturday September 29
X&Y Bar – Brisbane

Friday October 5
Newmarket Hotel – Bendigo

Saturday October 6
Fist 2 Face – Ringwood

Saturday October 6
BANG! Royal Melbourne Hotel – Melbourne

Sunday October 7
National Hotel – Geelong

Friday October 12
C5 – Freemantle

Saturday October 13
Amplifier Bar – Perth

Sunday October 14
YMCA HQ – Leederville

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