Horrorshow will be headed to the South West in June, as part of their biggest national tour yet.
The show will perform in Bunbury at the Prince of Wales Hotel on Saturday, June 3 – just it’s second stop on the seven week tour.
The band will play theatres and a swag of some of Australia’s best venues throughout the winter following the triumphant release of their fourth studio album Bardo State.
The album hit number four on the ARIA charts and has allowed the duo to embark on their biggest tour yet, revealing their newest set and stage show. The album is their third to chart in the top five in the last few years.
The band said Bardot State is inspired by concepts of Tibetan Buddhism and means the ‘intermediate state’ between two lives on earth. The record explores the active transition between adolescence and adulthood, where even if you’re ready for change, for stability you may not want to let go of all the things that make a young adult’s life so great.
Co-produced and mixed by the wildly talented Nic Martin, the album features a number of other well-known artists including Hayley Mary from The Jezebels, Turquoise Prince, Dan Caplan, Taj Ralph and Kai from Jackie Onassis.
They also teamed up with great friend and collaborator Cole Bennetts to visually capture the music, resulting in a book of works that interpret each song via photography.
The performance will include songs from the album including Eat The Cake, How We Get Down and Ceiling Fan.
Horrorshow have spent almost a decade selling out tours and racking up award nominations and recently announced an appearance at landmark US hip hop festival ‘SoundSet’.
Bardo State is out now through Elefant Traks / Inertia.
Horrorshow will be joined by New Zealand’s David Dallas and young, new artist Turquoise Prince for their show at the Prince of Wales Hotel in Bunbury on Saturday, June 3.
Tickets are available from horrorshow.com