Children Collide tour
Fri 20th May, 2011 in Local News
When we caught up with Children Collide bassist Heath Crawley to find out what he had on his playlist he gave us a selection of tunes that covered trash anarcho-punk, psychedelic wizardry, epic hook filled pop songs and psych inspired garage from the likes of Swans, Best Coast, Aphex Twin, Guided by Voices and Ride.
All of those sounds fed the band’s latest record Theory of Everything, which has has now spawned a new single Loveless that comes with a stunning video helmed by Animal Kingdom director David Michôd.
After smashing up the stage at Splendour, the trio will venture out on a national tour featuring twelve dates and thousands of kilometres travel – the Northern Territory and Tasmania get a look in on the itinerary, but sadly Queensland misses out.
DZ Deathrays and Damn Terran provide the support sets for the tour.
Children Collide tour:
Wednesday 3rd August – Pelly Bar, Frankston
Thursday 4th August – Karova Lounge, Ballarat
Friday 5th August – The Bended Elbow, Geelong
Saturday 6th August – Republic Bar, Hobart
Sunday 7th August – Republic Bar, Hobart
Thursday 11th August – The Governor Hindmarsh, Adelaide
Friday 12th August – The Manning Bar, Sydney
Saturday 13th August – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 20th August – Gove Youth Concert, Gove
Thursday 25th August – Studio 146, Albany
Friday 26th August – Prince Of Wales, Bunbury
Sunday 27th August – Capitol, Perth
Tickets on sale Thursday 26th May