Holy Holy announce Australian tour celebrating their latest album, Paint

Holy Holy announce Australian tour celebrating their latest album, Paint

Coming to a town near you this June/July.

Fresh from the release of their critically-adored sophomore LP Paint (which arrived at #7 on the ARIA album chart mind), Holy Holy have just announced a very large Aussie tour this June and July, providing the perfect opportunity for fans around the country to get around their much-loved live shows. The long distance union of singer/songwriter Timothy Carroll (Launceston) and guitarist/composer Oscar Dawson (Melbourne), along with band mates Ryan Strathie, Matt Redlich and Graham Ritchie, saw the wonderful result that is Paint in February of this year. It shouldn't come as a surprise really, Holy Holy are Vanda & Young Songwritin Competition finalists, and have toured through the UK and Europe on numerous ocassions, playing festivals like Primavera and The Great Escape, along with a heap of sold out headlines shows and tours on home soil.

Tuck into Paint below, and check the full run of dates down the bottom to mark in your diary:

TOUR DATES (TICKETS):

THU 22 JUN - ANITAS THEATRE, THIRROUL

FRI 23 JUN - THE FACTORY THEATRE, SYDNEY

SAT 24 JUN - THE SMALL BALLROOM, NEWCASTLE

THU 29 JUN - THE WOOL EXCHANGE, GEELONG

FRI 30 JUN - 170 RUSSELL, MELBOURNE

SAT 01 JUL - REPUBLIC BAR, HOBART

THU 06 JUL - MIAMI MARKETTA, MIAMI

FRI 07 JUL - WHARF TAVERN, MOOLOOLABA

SAT 08 JUL - THE TRIFFID, BRISBANE

THU 13 JULY - MOJOS, FREMANTLE

FRI 14 JULY - JACK RABBIT SLIM'S, NORTHBRIDGE

SAT 15 JUL - PRINCE OF WALES, BUNBURY

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