The southern punks kick off in Melbourne from 21 January
Luca Brasi have announced an Australian tour to coincide with the release of their new single, Aeroplane.
Still luke-warm from hosting their own music festival, home-grown punk heroes from Tasmania have just announced the new single and video drop and a list of summer dates leading into their forthcoming third LP.
Aeroplane is a melodic summertime hit with a memorable hook, a tune that purposefully takes off where their 2014 album By A Thread left off with frontman Tyler Richardson’s emotive and unique lyrics backed by Tom Busby’s hard riffage, which saw the punk band get triple j rotation and a premiere on Good Nights.
The four-piece have hit the live scene alongside the likes of Violent Soho, Kisschasy, Title Fight (US) and You Me At Six and taking over venues for Poison City Weekender, St Kilda Festival, Party in the Paddock and The Hills Are Alive. Their presence will continue through this summer in January with Sydneyside post-hardcore outfit Endless Heights and UK punk act Brawlers up and down the east coast.
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Luca Brasi will be opening their act up at Melbourne (Northcote Social Club, 21 January), Adelaide (Cats @ Rocket Bar, 22 January), Hobart, (Brisbane Hotel, 23 January), Launceston (Royal Oak Hotel, 25 January), Sydney, (Goodgod, 29 January) and closing in Brisbane (Black Bear, 30 January).
Catch tickets to see their live shows from theGuide or see The Music App for a full schedule and further details.