Aussies Abroad: Perth’s Tired Lion follow up Glastonbury with a run of shows through Europe & the UK

  • Larry Heath
  • June 28, 2016
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Fresh from playing (and being evacuated from) Hurricane Festival in Germany and the iconic Glastonbury in the UK, Perth rockers Tired Lion are currently conquering Europe and the UK with a string of festival dates and headline shows. The tour continues later this week at Bravalla Festival in Sweden, before heading to Switzerland for Open Air Festival, eventually making their way back to the UK for a run of shows leading up to another iconic UK event – Latitude.

The group will return to Australia at the end of July to hit the stage for the second consecutive year at Splendour in the Grass. Last year they made waves after being selected by Triple J Unearthed to perform at Australia’s prestigious winter festival. All these shows comes off the back of the release of their new EP Figurine, featuring the track “Not My Friends”. Check out the video below and the run of tour dates follow right after…

June 30 – Bravalla Festival – Sweden
July 02 – Open Air Festival – Switzerland
July 04 – Rock For People Festival – Czech Republic
July 06 – Stroomhuis – Eindhoven, Netherlands
July 08 – 2000Trees Festival – UK
July 09 – Liverpool Calling – UK
July 12 – Nice ‘n’ Sleazy – Glasgow, UK
July 13 – Rainbow – Birmingham, UK
July 14 – Lexington – London, UK
July 15 – Gullivers – Manchester, UK
July 16 – Truck Festival – UK
July 17 – Latitude Festival – UK
July 24 – Splendour in the Grass – Byron Bay, Australia

Figurine is out now through Dew Process. Visit their official website for more information about their tour dates.

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Larry Heath

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