Exclusive: Stream Babaganouj's stellar new EP, Pillar Of Light

Exclusive: Stream Babaganouj's stellar new EP, Pillar Of Light

Familiarise yourself before they hit the road this Friday.

Brisbane-based trio Babaganouj have gone from strength-to-strength over a now-five-year career, garnering a loyal fanbase since 2011 with a powerful, irresistible indie/garage/beach-pop sound that's seen them impress crowds around the country on their own tours, along with supporting the likes of The Preatures, Northeast Party House and The Lemonheads. Following singles Can't Stop and Hit Song killing it last year, they're kicking 2016 off with a big statement - scheduling three EPs for release to showcase each members knack for writing infectious - and f'in fun - rock'n'roll tunes.

It kicks off with Pillar Of Light, a four-tracker we're very excited to premiere today. We've had it on repeat since we first got our hot little hands on it last week, and we think you'll do the same. Have a listen below, and catch the 'Nouj live when they hit the road for their Pillar Of Light tour - full list of dates down the bottom:

TOUR DATES:

Fri 22 April - Waywards, Sydney (Babaganouj takeover night)

Sat 23 April - The Toff In Town, Melbourne

Sun 24 April - Spotted Cow, Toowoomba w/ Good Boy

Fri 29 April - The Helm, Sunshine Coast w/ Good Boy

Sat 30 Apr - Minimum Wage Club @ Shark Bar, Gold Coast w/ Good Boy

Fri 6 May - Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane

Follow Babaganouj: FACEBOOK / BANDCAMP

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