Miami Horror Stream New Single, Announce Australian Tour

Miami Horror have announced their long-awaited return with new single Wild Motion (Set It Free) and a national tour that kicks off this September. Having recently set up camp in Los Angeles, the Melbourne electro-pop darlings will return for gigs that will see them travelling around the country.

After establishing their presence in LA, the five-piece started channeling the inspiration sparked by the glowing, year-round California sunshine through their home studio and into the singles Real Slow and Colours in the Sky, which saw their way into the hands of fans over the summer of 2013/2014.

The band’s latest release, the shimmering Wild Motion (Set It Free), has been described by band member and producer Benjamin Plant as “a love child of Talking Heads, Paul Simon, and some sort of lost ’80s Australian anthem, while lyrically it ponders when is it time to set something free.”

The new single and tour dates come ahead of the group’s highly anticipated second album, which is slated for release later this year. Readers can check below for all the dates and ticketing details of Miami Horror’s September national tour, for which they’ll be joined by pals Thief and Tora.

Check out all of this week’s new music right here!

Listen: Miami Horror – Wild Motion (Set It Free)

Miami Horror National Tour Dates

w/Thief and Tora*

Tuesday, 16th September 2014

Spiegeltent, Brisbane Festival, Brisbane

Tix: Via Brisbane Festival

Thursday, 18th September 2014

Zierholz, Canberra*

Tix: Via Oztix

Friday, 19th September 2014

Oxford Art Factory, Sydney*

Tix: Via Moshtix

Saturday, 20th September 2014

Plantation Hotel, Coffs Harbour

Tix: Via Plantation Hotel

Thursday, 25th September 2014

Fowlers, Adelaide*

Tix: Via Moshtix

Friday, 26th September 2014

170 Russell, Melbourne*

Tix: Via 170 Russell

Saturday, 27th September 2014

Red Earth Arts Festival, Karratha

Tix: On sale Monday, 4th August via REAF

Sunday, 28th September 2014

Newport Hotel, Fremantle

Tix: Via Oztix

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