“Welcome to the DCC, Dead Club City. All the Heaven, all the time.” - Nothing But Thieves
The UK alt-rock darlings have returned with new music and have announced an Aussie national tour. Catch them when they head to Melbourne’s own Forum Theatre on April 27 and Groovin The Moo festival in Bendigo on April 29.
Nothing But Thieves Australian tour
- April 26 – Fortitude, Brisbane
- April 27 – Forum Theatre, Melbourne
- May 2 – Enmore, Sydney
- May 3 – Metropolis, Perth
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Nothing But Thieves is an English five-piece band that is quickly gaining international recognition for their unique sound and electric live performances.
With the recent announcement of their fourth album, ‘Dead Club City,’ the band is set to take Australia by storm with their upcoming tour. Their blend of fresh sounds and internationally acclaimed chilling live sets will be showcased in show rooms across Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, as well as at the Groovin The Moo Festival.
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The band’s confident and punchy brand-new single and video Welcome to the DCC was premiered on Clara Amfo’s Radio 1 show. Fans can expect a danceable mix of experimental funk edge and 80’s influences, leftfield sounds, and builds through the opening tensions, upbeat synths and a huge soaring chorus.
Nothing But Thieves’ sound is characterised by the unique combination of Conor Mason’s powerful vocals, intricate guitar work, and electronic elements that make for a fresh and exciting sonic experience. Their previous albums – including their self-titled debut and the critically acclaimed Broken Machine – have earned them a dedicated following and sold-out shows across the globe.
Tickets go on sale to the general public from March 21. Grab them by heading here.