Glass Towers Announce Debut Album ‘Halcyon Days’ And Australian Tour, August 2013

We can all rest assured that Australian indie rock is in safe hands now that Glass Towers have just announced their debut full-length album, Halcyon Days, and Music Feeds is presenting their national headlining tour to promote their new material.

Each expertly crafted tune on Halcyon Digest has been described by the band as an exploration of youth. Frontman, Ben Hannam, has stated that the album is a celebration of those teenage moments we all look back on fondly:

“The album is your invitation back into the heady rush of teenage days. Of lusting after the girl at that first house party, of escapism and endless weekends spent inside that girl’s bedroom. Of roaming the suburbs at night in a state of permanent intoxication, drunk on pure life. Being young and beautiful, living for the moment and never wanting to grow up.”

Glass Towers originally broke out onto the scene with EPs What We Were, When We Were and Collarbone Jungle, which led them to become on regulars on triple j and picked up as supports for the likes of Dappled Cities and The Kooks.

Now it is time for the band to take centre stage as they perform around the country on a string of dates during the month of August. For all of the dates and venues take a look at the full tour listing below.

Tickets go on sale Wednesday 12th June via Halcyon Days will be released 5th July.

Glass Towers Halcyon Days Album Tour
Presented By Music Feeds
With special guests and Jordan Leser

Thursday, 8th August
Grace Emily Hotel, Adelaide SA*

Friday, 9th August
Prince Of Wales, Bunbury WA*

Saturday, 10th August
Amplifier Bar, Perth WA*

Sunday, 11th August
Newport Hotel, Fremantle WA*

Friday, 16th August
The Standard, Sydney NSW

Saturday, 17th August
The Toff, Melbourne VIC

Wednesday 21st August 2013
Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane QLD

Thursday 22nd August 2013
The Loft, Gold Coast QLD

Friday 23rd August 2013
The Northern, Byron Bay NSW

* Jordan Leser not appearing

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