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DEAD LETTER CIRCUS ANNOUNCE NATIONAL TOUR
Off the back of their Reimagine Acoustic tour, which was sold out a month in advance, and their stunning “acoustic and strings” Stand Apart EP, which dropped out of the blue into #24 on the ARIA Charts, Dead Letter Circus are pleased to announce a national tour for December, with 7 shows reaching all capital cities, plus a couple of regional jaunts.
After co-headlining dates with Karnivool last summer, hitting all parts of regional Australia in May, and selling out their acoustic tour, Dead Letter Circus are ready to bring the full volume, massively epic, maximum impact stage show to the capitals for one final time before they head into the studio torecord their third album.
The band’s sophomore album, “The Catalyst Fire” debuted at number 2 on the ARIA charts and was triple j feature album of the week, with hits “Lodestar”, “I Am” and “Insider” all becoming live and radio favourites.
The National Tour will see Dead Letter Circus bring ambient/melodic post-rockers SLEEPMAKESWAVES along, and they’ll be joined on all dates by Perth’s Voyager.
Tickets go on sale Thursday 11th of September, and are sure to sell out fast, so don’t miss your opportunity to catch Dead Letter Circus in full flight.
TICKETING, TOUR AND ALBUM INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT: www.deadlettercircus.com
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Sydney ambient/melodic post-rockers SLEEPMAKESWAVES released their second album ‘Love of Cartography’ in July, debuting at #31 on the ARIA Chart & #2 on the AIR 100% Independent Charts. Lead single ‘Something Like Avalanches’ has found great support at triple j & community radio including FBi, 4zzz, PBS, RRR, and RTR, and SLEEPMAKESWAVES dynamic live show will be a worthy pre-cursor to Dead Letter Circus taking the stage.
In June 2014, Voyager released their fifth opus, 'V', which received incredible reviews from Metal Hammer, Prog Magazine, Classic Rock Magazine and Revolver Magazine. 'V' charted at CMJ US Loud Rock, the band were nominated for a 'Breakthrough Artist' award at the 2014 Prog Magazine Music Awards, they’ve sold out shows on their last Australian tour, and they’re showcasing at Bigsound 2014.