The unstoppable ’80s new wave band Pseudo Echo are coming to Geelong

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The unstoppable ’80s new wave band Pseudo Echo are coming to Geelong

Credit: Pseudo Echo via Facebook

The band will be heading to Geelong in September.

After a three-year hiatus, Pseudo Echo return with an epic national tour to coincide with the release of the Ultimate double album & DVD, chronicling their expansive forty-year music career.

Performing sell-out shows across the country for the last four decades, Pseudo Echo will be taking to The Story House at the Geelong Art Centre on Friday, 22 September 2023.

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Pseudo Echo pioneered the eighties with their avant-garde look and electro sound, introducing audiences to a new sound in an era of pub rock. Making history along the way, Pseudo Echo became the first unrecorded band to appear on the legendary Australian music show “Countdown”.

Following the release of gold and platinum albums “Autumnal Park” and “Love An Adventure”, the band achieved world-wide success with the release of their international hit “Funky Town”, establishing themselves as one of the most iconic, multi-award winning bands in the country.

The “Ultimate” tour features a six-piece line-up, performing a hit-filled two hour set, including Funky Town, Listening, A Beat For You, Don’t Go, Living In A Dream, Love an Adventure and more, faithful to the original sound.

Also, for the first time since the eighties, the band will be performing feature tracks from the much-loved stadium rock “Race” album.

Tickets can be purchased here