For Fans Of: The Strokes | Introducing: Melbourne’s Halcyon Drive

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Feature Artist: Halcyon Drive

For Fans Of: The Strokes, Everything Everything, Glass Animals

Hometown: Melbourne

Genre: Indie pop

The 411:  Melbourne-based indie trio Halcyon Drive are celebrating a major milestone, with the release of their long-awaited debut album, Elephant Bones.

Recorded and co-produced by Eskimo Joe legend Joel Quartermain (Meg Mac, Dustin Tebbutt, British India), the twelve-track record arrives on a wave of hype triggered by the success of five previously released singles – ‘Silver Ray’, ‘Agnosia’, ‘The Birds’, ‘Only Youth’ and fresh cut ‘Reach’.

Elephant Bones also represents the culmination of three years’ worth of relentless writing and touring from the triple j Unearthed alum, who’ll be hitting the road once again for a slew of national headlining album tour dates, which will see them hit stages in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Tour Dates:

Friday, 5th April

Yah Yahs, Melbourne

Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 6th April

Waywards, Sydney

Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 12th April

Greaser, Brisbane

Tickets: Official Website

Our Review:  A triumphant debut full-length well worth the wait, Halcyon Drive’s Elephant Bones is a compelling cocktail of diverse sounds that will have you drifting in a dancefloor reverie. Soulful, richly textured brimming with infectious EDM-laced grooves, the disc’s power to captivate doesn’t let up across its twelve-track duration. A true pop masterpiece that bursts out of its indie niche.

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