Luca Brasi announce ‘The World Don’t Owe You Anything’ Australian tour

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Luca Brasi announce ‘The World Don’t Owe You Anything’ Australian tour

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Luca Brasi will head out on an album tour with Special Guest Spanish Love Songs.

Tasmanian alternative rock outfit Luca Brasi has declared their triumphant return with ‘The World Don’t Owe You Anything’ Album Tour set to kick off this May. The tour, spanning Canberra to Newcastle, promises an unmissable experience, accompanied by the indie-punk vibes of LA-formed sensation Spanish Love Songs.

The tour begins at The Baso in Canberra on May 15, making pitstops in Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, and concluding at Newcastle’s King Street on May 25. Brace yourselves, as tickets for all shows go on sale sharp at 12 pm on Friday, February 2.

Luca Brasi Tour

Wednesday, 15 May – The Baso, Canberra

Thursday, 16 May – The Gov, Adelaide

Friday, 17 May – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne

Saturday, 18 May – Rosemount Hotel, Perth

Wednesday, 22 May – The Triffid, Brisbane

Thursday, 23 May – Miami Marketta, Gold Coast

Friday, 24 May – Metro Theatre, Sydney

Saturday, 25 May – King Street, Newcastle

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Luca Brasi, the inseparable bunch of mates from Tasmania, is back with their sixth studio album, ‘The World Don’t Owe You Anything.’ Expect a vibrant explosion of energy, a testament to a band reinvigorated, rejuvenated, and at the peak of their game. Hailing from the mystical lands of Tasmania, Luca Brasi is not just a band; they’re a phenomenon – humble, ego-free, and as comfortable among the crowd as they are commanding the stage.

From the raucous debut of ‘Extended Family’ in 2011 to the more contemplative ‘Everything Is Tenuous’ in 2021, Luca Brasi has evolved with each album. ‘The World Don’t Owe You Anything’ takes the band back to their roots with desperate, fast riffs, introspective songwriting, and an urgent backing track that will resonate with fans across the nation.

Joining them on this rollercoaster of sound and emotion is none other than Spanish Love Songs, the indie-punk stalwarts hailing from the City of Angels. Despite their name, they’re not here for happy tunes. With albums like ‘Giant Sings The Blues,’ ‘Schmaltz,’ and ‘Brave Faces Everyone,’ Spanish Love Songs have garnered acclaim for their deeply personal, existential lyricism – a perfect complement to Luca Brasi’s raw energy.

Tickets for all shows, including the Melbourne gig, go on sale February 2 at 12 pm. My Live Nation members can snag early tickets from February 1 at 12 pm to February 2 at 11 am. 

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