Watch: City Calm Down - Wandering

Watch: City Calm Down - Wandering

City Calm Down release their second single, Wandering, and announce a tour.

City Calm Down have been the act sitting in the shadows of other notable acts on I Oh You's roster like DMA's, Violent Soho and DZ Deathrays but finally they're stepping out. And Wandering seems a rather apt way to do it after releasing Rabbit Run as it's rather humourous, obviously not intended, but when you see what looks like  10-year old or perhaps a 20-year old who looks 10 lip-syncing to Jack Bourke's deep vocals it's rather quirky. It's a bit like watching Tom Cruise lip sync to The Weeknd I Can't Feel My Face albeit without being so funny and slightly weird. But after the first five seconds that thought slips out of you mind as the restless tempo of Wandering washes you into the epic chorus. But City Calm Down know what they're doing and they only tease the chorus. Indeed they gently nudge you along throughout the track, leaving you wanting more. Wandering is the second single from City Calm Down's upcoming album Rabbit Run and they're also heading out on tour to celebrate:

Sat 3 October - Melbourne @ Howler

Fri 9 October - Adelaide @ Rocket Bar

Sat 10 October - Perth @ Jack Rabbit Slims 

Fri 16 Oct - Sydney @ Newtown Social Club

Fri 30 October - Brisbane @ Black Bear Lodge

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