Aussie rockers Holy Holy have locked in a national tour in support of their When The Storms Would Come album cut A Heroine, with dates set across the country for January 2016.
Kicking off in Sydney, Holy Holy’s upcoming national tour will also head to Newcastle, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane. The band toured nationally in August and September this year.
Holy Holy’s A Heroine tour will see supporting sets from Aussie synth-pop arts Olympia and Canadian indie-folk band The Franklin Electric.
Holy Holy’s Aussie tour announcement comes after they recently completed their second European tour, which saw Oasis’ Liam Gallagher call the band “the best band I’ve seen in years”.
What’s more, Holy Holy are giving away a free b-side called Constitution to anyone who purchases a ticket, an album or an item of the band’s merch up until the start of the A Heroine tour. Constitution was a contender for inclusion on When The Storms Would Come, but was later scrapped from the album.
Catch details and ticket info for Holy Holy’s upcoming Aussie tour, below.
Watch: Holy Holy – A Heroine (Live)
Holy Holy A Heroine 2016 National Tour
Supported by Olympia and The Franklin Electric
Friday, 15th January 2016
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Saturday, 16th January 2016
The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
Thursday, 21st January 2016
The Rosemount, Perth
Friday, 22nd January 2016
Fat Controller, Adelaide
Friday, 29th January 2016
Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Tickets: Corner Hotel
Saturday, 30th January 2016
The Triffid, Brisbane