Luca Brasi Announce New Album ‘By A Thread’ Plus National Tour

Tasmanian punk rock quartet Luca Brasi are set to unwrap their second album By A Thread this coming March and have announced a national tour alongside labelmates Postblue to boot.

The band who cut their teeth playing the loungerooms and filthy pubs of Tassie first hit national radars when they dropped their 2011 debut album Extended Family to the delight of fans across the country, scoring the band a spot in Triple J’s Short Fast Loud midyear report. They’ve since brought their unique sense of youthful abandon and infectious enthusiasm to stages across Australia.

Luca Brasi scored an unlikely slot on the 2012 Falls Festival, have overtaken Melbourne’s Corner Hotel with a gutful of bile at the Poison City Weekender, and toured with certified pop punk legends Bodyjar and celebrated US punkers Title Fight this year.

This second album pushes the signature Luca Brasi sound into more dynamic territory. Recorded live in the company of friends, over two weeks in Hobart, By A Thread was mixed by US veteran Matt Bayles, whose production and mixing work can be heard on albums by Pearl Jam and Isis.

Luca Brasi will join forces with Postblue to launch the new album across Australia by way of a huge national tour starting next March, including an April show at a secret venue in Hobart. Somehow, they’ll also find the time for appearances on the Breath Of Life and Push Over Festivals.

Luca Brasi and Postblue Tour Dates

Saturday, 8th March
Breath of Life Festival, Launceston

Monday, 10th March
Pushover Festival, Melbourne

Friday, 14th March
Magpies Club, Canberra

Saturday, 15th March
Herman’s Bar, Sydney

Sunday, 16th March
Beatdisc Records, Sydney/ Parramatta

Friday, 21st March
John Curtin Hotel, Melbourne

Saturday, 22nd March
Crowbar, Brisbane

Sunday, 23rd March
The Lab, Brisbane

Thursday, 3rd April
The Cranka, Adelaide
Postblue Not Appearing

Friday, 11th April
Brisbane Hotel, Hobart

Saturday, 12th April
Secret Venue, Hobart

Saturday, 12th April
Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston

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