Thelma Plum announces first Australian headline tour in over a year

After spending the past year in various studios and living rooms writing and recording material for her debut album, Thelma Plum has announced a headline Australian tour, where she will be giving fans a taste of what she has been working on.

The last time Plum set off on a national headline tour was over a year ago to showcase her  EP Monsters, which featured the highly successful singles ‘How Much Does Your Love Cost’ and ‘Young In Love’. Now for her The Unromantic Breakups tour, she will take stages in every state with her live band throughout June and July before heads back into the studio to add the finishing touches to the album.

On the tour and new album, Plum explained “It’s been awhile since the Monsters EP came out, and I’ve been collecting more than a few life experiences as I have been writing! I didn’t want to disappear into the recording studio before being able to give people a taste of what I’ve been cooking up.”

Tickets are on sale now here.


June 2nd | Soundlounge, GOLD COAST
June 3rd | Woolly Mammoth, BRISBANE
June 4th | Spotted Cow, TOOWOOMBA
June 10th | Northcote Social Club, MELBOURNE
June 11th | Jive, ADELAIDE
June 16th | Anita’s Theatre, WOLLONGONG
June 17th | Plan B, SYDNEY
June 18th | Small Ballroom, NEWCASTLE
July 7th | Mojo’s, FREMANTLE
July 8th | Jack Rabbit Slim’s, PERTH


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