The Mark Of Cain will welcome 22-year-old Adelaide drummer Eli Green into the fold for their upcoming album tour, given that regular stickman John Stainer is tied up with his American band Tomohawk.
Green plays in South Australian screamo outfit Life Pilot and is a collaborator with Julia Henning. He’s been rehearsing with brothers John and Kim Scott throughout summer.
Kicking off in March, the tour comes after the release of the long-awaited return of the seminal Australian rock outfit to the new release sheet with Songs Of The Third And Fifth. Released last year, it was critically and universally acclaimed and proved to be the Fuse Group’s highest selling album of the year.
They’ve also announced that Melbourne stalwarts Blacklevel Embassy will be joining the tour for most of the east coast dates. The criminally-underrated Eleventh He Reaches London will provide the main support in Perth.
Tour dates are as follows:
Friday 8 March – HQ, Adelaide (with Blacklevel Embassy) Tickets
Sunday 19 March – Golden Plains, Meredith
Friday 15 March – The Hi-Fi, Melbourne (with Blacklevel Embassy and Wicked City) Tickets
Sunday 17 March – Capitol, Perth (with Eleventh He Reaches London) Tickets
Thursday 21 March – The Hi-Fi, Brisbane (with Blacklevel Embassy and The Sea Shall Not Have Them) Tickets
Friday 22 March – Coolangatta Hotel Tickets
Saturday 23 March – The Metro, Sydney (with Blacklevel Embassy and Zeahorse) Tickets