Birds of Tokyo don't deal in small things. They crave the biggest, the loudest, the longest.
Lineup changes, interstate moves and a new approach to songwriting has resulted in an album that is vastly different to anything Birds Of Tokyo have done before, says Ian Kenny.
Appropriately enough Birds of Tokyo will launch their fourth full-length album, March Fires, with a national tour in March (with a pair of opening dates in February.)
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Hundreds of punters flocked to Metropolis Fremantle to catch the final show of Birds of Tokyo’s aptly named ‘Closer’ Tour.
Birds of Tokyo put on a professional display in front of a sold-out HQ crowd as part of their 'Closer Tour'.
Birds of Tokyo finally got to play at Melbourne's Forum Theatre - the venue doing great justice to their sound.
After a wild year of playing to large- scale crowds, Birds of Tokyo changes it up in an intimate setting for one last performance before ducking into the recording studios over summer.
Birds of Tokyo's last tour of the year is somewhat of a victory lap for a huge album that has seen the band graduate to stadium rockers.
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