The Clash of The Substance tour will also feature special guests Asha Jefferies and The Dandys.
Set to release her debut album Clash of The Substance on Friday 10 February, the purposeful, confessional and enthralling Hope D announces a national tour.
Famed for her undeniably jubilant and unruly live show, the Clash Of The Substance album tour will kick off on Friday 24 March in Melbourne and travel to Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, and finish in her hometown of Brisbane on Thursday 6 April.
Hope D Australian Tour 2023
Friday 24 March | Max Watts, Melbourne VIC – 18+
Saturday 25 March | Crowbar, Sydney NSW – 18+
Friday 31 March | Rosemount Hotel, Perth WA – 18+
Saturday 1 April | UniBar, Adelaide SA – Lic/AA
Thursday 6 April | The Triffid, Brisbane QLD – Lic/AA
10-12 February | Party in the Paddock, Quercus Park, Launceston TAS
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Hope D won’t be held responsible for decisions made under the influence of hormones, heartbreak, alcohol and the other intoxicants which go to war in the arena of her debut LP, Clash Of The Substance. Armed with a painful honesty, her guitar and a dangerously low balance on her debit card, the queer coming-of-age soundtrack cements her as one of Australia’s most refreshing new voices. Clash Of The Substance will be available digitally and on vinyl on February 10, with an exclusive pre-sale of purple and teal marble limited edition vinyl, and exclusive merch bundles available to pre-order now via SoundMerch.
Produced by Aidan Hogg and mastered by Joe La Porta, Clash of the Substance features the tempestuous new single Senseless, the instant earworm Emerald, the infectious Hate Goodbyes and the intoxicating Happy Hangover.
In the past year, Hope D performed a national headline tour and took the stage at Groovin The Moo, BIGSOUND, Falls Festival and The Zoo’s 30th Birthday Party, and will perform at Party in the Paddock this February.
Tickets on sale Wednesday 18 January @ 12:30pm AEDT via www.hopedmusic.com