No Mono drop single-take video for Butterflies, announce debut Aus shows

No Mono drop single-take video for Butterflies, announce debut Aus shows

The brilliant partnership of Tom Iansek and Tom Snowden continues to shine and will do so on a live level with shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Alice Springs.

A few months back we were introduced to the breathtaking world of No Mono – a new partnership between Big Scary/#1 Dads' Tom Iansek and Tom Snowdon, a past collaborator with #1 Dads – with their beautiful debut single Butterflies. After sitting on the track and letting it bubble away for the past two months, the single's equally beautiful video clip has now arrived with a bunch of hotly anticipated tour dates, dates which are bound to be some of this year's best. Directed by Shaun Garland, the video is a simplistic, single-shot clip focused on Snowdon, who moves around as the Butterflies' subtle melodies swirl around him. "Dancing has been a part of my life for a long time," says Snowdon on the clip. "My sister, Frankie, is a professional dancer and has inspired me from when I used to copy her as a kid. I did it for a few years until early high school and then stopped, but it’s always been an interest and a reference for my music."

It comes with a small bunch of gigs for early next year, which will see Tom Snowdon and Tom Iansek play the same stage for the first time since #1 Dads' legendary run of sold-out shows in 2015. The brief tour even includes a special stop in Alice Springs, the hometown of Tom Snowdon, which is really quite great. Click through the post below for tickets.

Tour Dates:

no mono dates

Follow No Mono: FACEBOOK

Haiku Hands prove they deserve the hype with new single, Jupiter

The electronic trio finally follow-up Not About You with a far more polished sound.

1 year ago

In The Booth: Elizabeth Rose

Get a taste of Elizabeth Rose's dancefloor vibes.

4 years ago

The songs that inspired Joyride's latest magnum opus, Blue Batmans

The soundtrack to your fave "family friendly" sitcom from the '90s has arrived.

1 year ago

The importance of Nina Las Vegas to Australian music

Don't believe us? Take it from some of Australian electronic's biggest names, from Anna Lunoe and Touch Sensitive to Cosmo's Midnight and Ta-Ku.

11 months ago

Related articles

Close
-->