Little Birdy are very excited to announce here and now their national CONFETTI album tour starting in Townsville on Saturday May 2nd and working its way right around the country – ending in their beloved home town of Perth on Saturday May 30.
Katy, Simon, Barney and Matt are ready to hit the road and are armed with an album full of new songs to play you. “We’ve spent so much time perfecting the new songs and we cant wait to play them for all of you. It’s felt like a long time coming and we are looking forward to having these songs come alive on stage,” said the band’s 25-year-old singer/songwriter/guitarist Katy Steele.
Supporting Little Birdy on the CONFETTI national tour are quirky Melbourne four piece Oh Mercy, their current single – œSeemed Like a Good Idea’ is out now.
Also along for the ride is Perth singer-songwriter Felicity Groom. Her music has been described as – œDarkness without dreariness, country without cows and sensitive without sookiness’.
Little Birdy’s leading lady Katy Steele is returning home to play a handful of intimate solo gigs this May.
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