Tame Impala are continuing the 10th anniversary celebrations of debut album Innerspeaker, announcing a global livestream event that will see the band performing the record in full.
What’s more exciting is that the virtual concert – set to take place on Wednesday, 21st April from 7PM AEDT – will be broadcast from Wave House, the studio where frontman Kevin Parker recorded the album over a decade ago. The property, which Parker actually purchased last year, is a four-hour drive from Perth and boasts gorgeous views of the Indian Ocean.
Tickets for Innerspeaker: Live from Wave House are on sale now, and also include the option of an exclusive anniversary t-shirt bundle.
In March, Tame Impala celebrated a decade since Innerspeaker‘s release with the release of a 4-LP anniversary vinyl box set. The expanded deluxe edition, originally announced last year, included alternate mixes, album instrumentals, and a sprawling ‘Wave House Live Jam’.
Last week, they followed it up by releasing a short documentary – Tame Impala – Innerspeaker Memories – on YouTube, documenting the album’s recording process. Watch that below.
2020 saw Parker and co. release their ARIA Award-wining fourth studio album, The Slow Rush. Back in February, Parker broke down the album as part of a 38-minute podcast titled The Slow Rush: A Deep Dive. The band also recently performed a handful of shows in Perth, debuting their electronics-heavy Tame Impala Sound System live setup.