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Tour Guide: Hellions, Twin Lakes, Jack Colwell & The Owls

Written by Greg Moskovitch on March 10, 2014

Today’s Tour Guide features three acts that have spent the past 12 months building some serious steam in the Australian music world, with new tours coming from Sydney’s Hellions, Newcastle quintet Twin Lakes, and Jack Colwell & The Owls, who’ll soon be co-headlining with Ella Hooper.


Hellions We Are The Wild Ones Tour

Thursday, 1st May 2014
Crowbar, Brisbane (18+)
Tix: On the Door

Friday, 2nd May 2014
South Toowoomba Bowls Club, Toowoomba (AA)
Tix: On the Door

Saturday, 3rd May 2014
Youth Arts Centre, Gosford (AA)
Tix: On the Door

Sunday, 4th May 2014
Masonic Hall, Blacktown (AA)
Tix: On the Door

Wednesday, 7th May 2014
The Cambridge, Newcastle (18+)
FREE ENTRY

Thursday, 8th May 2014
The Basement, Canberra (18+)
Tix: On the Door

Friday, 9th May 2014
The Reverence, Melbourne (18+)
Tix: On the Door

Saturday, 10th May 2014
Wrangler Studios, Footscray (AA)
Tix: On the Door

Sunday, 11th May 2014
Fowlers Live, Adelaide (Lic AA)
Tix: Via Moshtix | Venue*Tix

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Hellions‘ raw power and raucous live performances have seen them compared to acts as diverse and influential as Rage Against The Machine and A Day To Remember. The Sydney group turned heads with their LP Die Young and now they’re taking it on the road.

Their shows are renowned for the band’s ability to deliver aggressive, hardcore-infused guitars combined with punk rock speed and melodicism, and furious percussion, all complimented by frontman Dre Faivre‘s unique vocal delivery – a style truly their own.

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Twin Lakes The Ageing Field Tour Dates

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Since the release of Glacier, Twin Lakes‘ debut single, which was unveiled mid-last year and instantly bestowed the five-piece with a raft of new fans, these Newcastle boys have been cementing a reputation as one of the country’s most exciting young independent groups.

The band have now announced the release of their highly awaited second single, The Ageing Field, which is the latest cut to be taken from an upcoming debut EP. To celebrate, the band will spend late March-April hitting up spots on the East Coast for the ‘Ageing Field tour.’

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Friday, 21st March 2014
The Cambridge, Newcastle
Tix: On the Door
w/White Walkers, Bigger Cages and Hey Lady!

Sunday, 23rd March 2014
Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane
Tix: On the Door
w/Fox and Fowl, Wolver

Saturday, 29th March 2014
Yah Yahs, Melbourne
FREE ENTRY
w/Stonefox, Snowy Nasdaq

Friday, 4th April 2014
Rad, Wollongong
Tix: On the Door
w/Slumberhaze, Obscura Hail

Saturday, 5th April 2014
Smiths Alternative Bookshop, Canberra
Tix: On the Door
w/Slumberhaze, Fossil Rabbit

Friday, 11th April 2014
Captain Cook Hotel, Sydney
FREE ENTRY
w/Driffs, ADKOB


Jack Colwell & The Owls Co-Headline Single Launch Tour

Saturday, 29th March 2014
The Vanguard, Sydney
Tix: Via The Vanguard
w/Ella Hooper

Friday, 4th April 2014
Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
Tix: Via Northcote Social Club
w/Ella Hooper

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Jack Colwell & The Owls will team up with Aus-rock queen Ella Hooper (Spicks & Specks, Killing Heidi) to launch their highly anticipated new single Far From View, with two dates set for Sydney and Melbourne.

Far From View was inspired by the sounds and lonesome atmosphere of the classic ’90s television show Twin Peaks, taking listeners on a journey of heartache and alienation, which materialise in the track as wailing, ethereal strings and subtle, complex harmonies.

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