Holy Holy Announce National Album Tour

Holy Holy have spent the last few years working hard on their debut album When The Storms Come Out but now that it’s almost about to drop, they’re ready to hit the road.

The Aussie alt-rock band have announced a huge 16-date When The Storms Would Come tour covering off the capital cities with a few regional ones in between.

According to their Facebook, the band have selected some of their “favourite acts as supports.” Fractures, Methyl Ethel and Violet Swell have been announced but according to the poster there’s still more to be announced.

“We’ve played a lot of shows in the last two years and have played with some of our favourite bands and in some incredible venues along the way,” said lead-vocalist Tim Carroll in a statement.

“During that time we have come up with a sound that represents us, a sound we’re proud of and a style of music that we love to play.”

The boys have been creating quite the stir overseas while Aussie audiences have been waiting for them to tour here. They played a number of big European festivals including The Great Escape, Primavera and London’s Calling, adding to the large amount of homegrown acts that are impressing overseas at the moment.

Billed as their “biggest tour to date,” they will play the first show of their Australian tour at Darwin Festival in August and wrap-up a month later in Sydney.

Check out the dates and ticket details below. When The Storms Come Out is out nationally on Friday, 24th July.

Watch: Holy Holy – You Cannot Call For Love Like A Dog

Holy Holy When The Storm Would Come Album Tour Dates

Thursday, 13 August
Darwin Festival, Darwin
Tickets: Darwin Festival

Friday, 14 August
Prince Of Wales, Bunbury
Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, 15 August
Amplifier, Perth
Tickets: Oztix

Sunday, 16 August
Newport Hotel, Fremantle
Tickets: Oztix

Friday, 21 August
Elsewhere, Gold Coast
Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, 22 August*
The Zoo, Brisbane
Tickets: Oztix

Thursday, 27 August
Fresh On Charles, Launceston
Tickets: Oztix

Friday, 28 August
The Republic Bar, Hobart
Tickets: moshtix

Saturday, 29 August*
Jive, Adelaide
Tickets: moshtix

Thursday, 3 September*
Workers Club, Geelong
Tickets: Oztix

Friday, 4 September*
Karova Lounge, Ballarat
Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, 5 September*
Howler, Melbourne
Tickets: moshtix

Friday, 11 September
Anita’s Theatre, Thirroul
Tickets: Ticketmaster

Saturday, 12 September*
Lizottes, Newcastle
Tickets: Lizottes

Friday, 18 September*
Transit Bar, Canberra
Tickets: moshtix

Saturday, 19 September*
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Tickets: moshtix

* with Fractures

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