British India is bringing their Threshold American tour to the Barwon Club

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British India is bringing their Threshold American tour to the Barwon Club

Words by Staff Writer

The band is hitting the road to bring their deep cuts and fan favourites to stages across the country.

British India has announced some highly anticipated Australian headline shows as part of the Threshold American Tour, promising an unforgettable live spectacle set to rock the nation in May and June this year.

Renowned for their infectious dynamism and unparalleled artistry, British India will deliver an adrenaline-fuelled experience like no other at the Barwon Club Hotel in South Geelong on Saturday, 8 June 2024, showcasing their latest album, “Threshold American”, deep cuts and fan favourites. The tour will showcase British India at their best, with every moment resonating with exhilaration and passion.

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Embracing their roots in the Melbourne indie rock scene, British India emerged as a powerhouse ensemble driven by a shared passion for music and an unwavering determination. From humble beginnings as high school friends to explosive live performers, the band quickly made a name for themselves with their raw energy and knack for crafting irresistible pop anthems.

Their debut album, “Guillotine,” produced by the legendary Harry Vanda, propelled them to fame with hits like “Tie Up My Hands,” earning critical acclaim and accolades, including the AIR award for ‘Best New Group’ in 2007. Since then, British India has solidified their position in the industry, boasting six albums, five ARIA Top 10 debuts, and eight entries into the Hottest 100.

Reflecting on their journey, lead vocalist Declan Melia expresses his gratitude for the band’s success, particularly during the challenges of the pandemic. “For a band that has always felt like outsiders – too nerdy, too abrasive, too badly dressed – hitting milestones like gold and platinum feels so satisfying,” says Melia. “I’m thrilled that so many people enjoy British India. It suggests to me that even when we couldn’t tour through Covid, people still sought out our music.”

As British India prepares to hit the stage once again, Melia eagerly anticipates reconnecting with fans and celebrating their music. “It makes us super excited to get on stages again to celebrate

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