Holy Holy Announce 2017 ‘Paint’ National Tour

The paint is still drying on Holy Holy‘s second album Paint, but the Aussie outfit have already announced that they’re taking the record around the country this June and July, as part of a national album tour.

Holy Holy will perform a string of capital city and regional shows while the Paint dries, backed by their latest tunes and (of course) their debut album When the Storms Would Come. Singer-songwriter Timothy Carroll and guitarist/composer Oscar Dawson will be joined by bandmates Ryan Strathie, Matt Redlich and Graham Ritchie for the tour.

Carroll spoke to Music Feeds earlier this year, to discuss how life’s mundane moments can be inspiring, as well as the process behind Paint.

“It’s a lot more cohesive as a band record,” Carroll said at the time. “All of our playing styles and also together as a unit have developed a lot, we kind of really wanted to show that off on this record.”

Holy Holy’s Paint national tour begins in Thirroul on Thursday, 22nd June. Catch all the tour dates and ticket details, below.

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Holy Holy ‘Paint’ National Tour 2017

Tickets on sale Monday, 3rd April

Thursday, 22nd June
Anitas Theatre, Thirroul
Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 23rd June
The Factory Theatre, Sydney
Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 24th June
The Small Ballroom, Newcastle
Tickets: Official Website

Thursday, 29th June
The Wool Exchange, Geelong
Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 30th June
170 Russell, Melbourne
Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 1st July
Republic Bar, Hobart
Tickets: Official Website

Thursday, 6th July
Miami Marketta, Miami
Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 7th July
Wharf Tavern, Mooloolaba
Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 8th July
The Triffid, Brisbane
Tickets: Official Website

Thursday, 13th July
Mojos, Fremantle
Tickets: Official Website

Friday, 14th July
Jack Rabbit Slims, Northbridge
Tickets: Official Website

Saturday, 15th July
Prince Of Wales, Bunbury
Tickets: Official Website

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