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RVG Announce 2024 Australian Tour

RVG have announced an east-coast Australian tour, set to take place next month in April 2024. The trio of shows are scheduled around the band’s previously-announced appearance on the 2024 line-up for The Gum Ball, taking place on the Dashville compound. The band will be joined at the festival by the likes of Dan Sultan, Tropical Fuck Storm and the Hard-Ons, among others.

Each of the band’s three headlining shows will feature different opening acts. The Sydney show will be supported by Body Type, while the Torquay show will include a stripped-back duo performance from Leah Senior and the Melbourne show will feature a rare performance from post-punk trio Love Of Diagrams.

The tour announcement comes fresh from the band’s appearance at this year’s Golden Plains Festival. There, the band performed alongside the likes of The Streets, Yussef Dayes, King Stingray and Black Country, New Road. To coincide with the tour’s announcement, the band have shared a multi-cam recording of their set at the festival, which can be viewed below.

RVG – Live at Golden Plains 2024

These shows are expected to be some of the last that RVG will play in support of their third studio album Brain Worms. Released in June 2023, the album was shortlisted for and ultimately won the 2023 Australian Music Prize. The band were also nominated for Double J Artist Of The Year at that year’s J Awards, but lost to Briggs.

Their most recent release was a remix EP for the album’s lead single, ‘Nothing Really Changes’. The four-track EP included a remix of the song from Sleaford Mods, as well as one each from Warpaint‘s Stella Mozgawa and Melbourne producer Ahm.

RVG 2024 Australian Tour

  • Saturday, April 27th – Mary’s Underground, Sydney NSW
  • Friday, May 31st – Torquay Hotel, Torquay VIC
  • Saturday, June 1st – Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne VIC

Tickets on sale now via RVGband.com.

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