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I OH YOU are thrilled to announce Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down will hit the road in August/September, embarking on their biggest capital city shows to date plus gigs in Darwin (part of Darwin Festival), Hobart and Wollongong. Current single ‘Border On Control’ is building up the hype, while debut In A Restless House landed triple j’s Feature Album and scored praise from the likes of NME and Apple’s Beats 1 (who spun previous singles ‘Rabbit Run’ and ‘Son’)… these shows will be huge!

“Their anthem-like instrumentation completely floods the space they inhabit … this band are as compelling to watch as they are to listen to.” – Musicfeeds

“It’s easy to see why City Calm Down have sold out this tour, and where the hype comes from.” – Life Without Andy

Watch the live video for ‘Falling’

Recently highlighted by NME as one of THE bands to check out at Brighton’s The Great Escape, enjoying a set at Liverpool Sound City and selling out London headline shows, City Calm Down’s previous album tour saw thousands of tickets quickly snapped up across 10 sold-out dates.

Joining City Calm Down are two very special guests: Ali Barter (all shows except Darwin) and Middle Kids (Brisbane, Sydney, Wollongong, Melbourne only). Melbourne’s Barter recently covered Tame Impala’s ‘’Cause I’m A Man’ for Like A Version, and her own ‘Far Away’, wooing crowds with a stand-out set at 2016’s St Jerome’s Laneway festival. With their first single ‘Edge Of Town’ landing triple j play and FBi 94.5’s Independent Artist of the Week, expect big things from Sydney trio Middle Kids.

Before these spring tour dates, City Calm Down will also play Byron Bay’s sold-out Splendour In The Grass, taking to the stage on Sunday 24 July.

With their last tour completely selling out, and these August/September dates promising to be epic, grab your tickets quick-smart to avoid missing out! Catch City Calm live – presented by I OH YOU.
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By: Amplifier Capitol