Floodlights announce East Coast Tour for March and April 

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Floodlights announce East Coast Tour for March and April 

Credit: Maclay Heriot
Words by Staff Writer

Floodlights gear up to bid adieu to their acclaimed album Painting of My Time with a thrilling east coast tour set to sweep audiences off their feet.

Following a stellar performance at the Meredith Music Festival and two packed coastal shows, the Naarm/Melbourne five-piece band embarks on a journey across Kabi Kabi Country/Eumundi, Meanjin/Brisbane, Eora/Sydney, and Naarm/Melbourne this March and April.

Floodlights Painting of My Time Tour Dates

  • Friday 15 March – Imperial Hotel – Kabi Kabi Country/Eumundi, QLD
  • Saturday 16 March – SILO @ The Brightside – Meanjin/Brisbane
  • Thursday 11 April – The Great Club – Eora/Sydney
  • Thursday 18 April – The Night Cat – Naarm/Melbourne
  • Friday 19 April – The Night Cat – Naarm/Melbourne

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With a string of accolades under their belt, Floodlights have captured the hearts of fans and critics alike. From being hailed as “Album of the Week” on Triple R to featuring as a “Packet Album” on FBi Radio, their meteoric rise has been nothing short of extraordinary. The band’s fusion of rock ‘n’ roll rawness with dynamic post-punk and art-rock elements has earned them widespread acclaim from renowned publications like NME, The Guardian, and Rolling Stone.

Recorded live over three days at Soundpark Studios in Naarm/Melbourne, “Painting of My Time” stands as a testament to Floodlights’ evolution as both individuals and musicians. With its emotive storytelling and expansive soundscapes, the album has left an indelible mark on the music scene, drawing praise from audiences worldwide.

The tour will mark the culmination of Floodlights’ journey with “Painting of My Time” before they venture into new musical territories. Fans can expect an electrifying performance as Floodlights bid farewell to this iconic album in style.

‘It was a wild year’: Floodlights’ meteoric ascent to Melbourne music royalty

Formed in Naarm/Melbourne in 2018, Floodlights comprises Louis Parsons (vocals, guitar), Ashlee Kehoe (vocals, guitar, harmonica), Joe Draffen (bass), Archie Shannon (drums, percussion), and Sarah Hellyer (vocals, trumpet, piano). Their dynamic stage presence and powerful lyrics have earned them a dedicated following, making each of their performances a memorable experience.

Don’t miss your chance to witness Floodlights in their element as they embark on this epic musical journey.

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