Willow Beats - water EP / Aus' Tour

Willow Beats - water EP / Aus' Tour

The water EP is alive and kicking, and Willow Beats are taking it on the road this December.

Following the success of the single Merewif, mystical Melbourne-based uncle/niece duo and two of our fave humans ever, Willow Beats finally released their sophomore EP, water, last week via the mangy bunch of dudes you know as us. Even better, the release comes with the announcement of a national headline tour in support of the record, themselves being supported by Adelaide master chiller Oisima. Featuring six ethereal tracks, the release was premiered on Rolling Stone online, debuted at #1 on the Australian iTunes electronic charts, and peaked at #11 on the main album charts.

The national tour comes off the back off a largely sold-out Merewif single tour, and will also be supplemented by some highly anticipated festival appearances including Strawberry Fields, Beyond The Valley and inaugural New Year's festival Lost Paradise, where they’ll be sharing the stage with the likes of AlunaGeorge, Boy & Bear and The Preatures.

WATER EP TOUR

feat. special guest, Oisima  // Tickets on sale September 22

Thur 4 Dec - The Toff In Town, Melbourne, VIC (TICKETS)

Fri 5 Dec - New Globe Theatre, Brisbane, QLD (TICKETS

Sat 6 Dec - The Basement, Sydney, NSW (TICKETS)

Thur, 11 Dec - Astor Lounge, Perth, WA (TICKETS)

Fri 12 Dec - CATS @ Rocket Bar, Adelaide, SA (TICKETS)

FESTIVAL APPEARANCES

31 Oct // Ouija Beats @ The Big Top, Sydney NSW

22 Nov // Strawberry Fields (location TBA)

30 Dec // Beyond The Valley, Phillip Island, VIC

1 Jan 2015 // Lost Paradise, Glenworth Valley, NSW

Follow Willow Beats: FACEBOOK // SOUNDCLOUD

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