Listen: City Calm Down - Son

Listen: City Calm Down - Son

Their tour kicks off in Melbourne this week.

It's been a slow build up to City Calm Down's upcoming national tour (kicking off this weekend, dates down the bottom). Finally getting to show off after a three-year (and then some) writing journey, the brooding Melbourne four-piece earlier this year unleashed Rabbit Run upon us (song HERE, video HERE). Following second single Wandering, today sees the release of their latest effort, Sun, and it's an exciting mish-mash of the group's patented brand of new wave, combined with some of the more joyous elements of acts like Foals and The National. Indeed, Sun shines brightly compared to some of their moodier previous material, and makes the release of their upcoming debut album, In A Restless House, and even more exciting prospect.

You'll be able to get a taste of the album when they head on their Australian tour this month, starting with two shows at Melbourne's Howler, but first enjoy Sun below:

TOUR DATES:

Fri 2 Oct - Howler | Melbourne (TICKETS)

Sat 3 Oct - Howler | Melbourne (SOLD OUT)

Fri 9 Oct - Rocket Bar | Adelaide (TICKETS)

Sat 10 Oct - Jack Rabbit Slims | Perth (DOOR SALES)

Fri 16 Oct - Newtown Social Club | Sydney (TICKETS)

Fri 30 Oct - Black Bear Lodge | Brisbane (TICKETS)

Follow City Calm Down: FACEBOOK / WEBSITE

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