Returning from a slew of SOLD OUT capital city headline dates across Australia, The VANNS are now well rested and recharged, ready to take on regional centers across the country.
Most at home when on the road, the band are hitting towns across NSW, QLD, VIC & WA in an encore to their successful headline tour at the start of 2022. Reaching from top to bottom of Australia and landing in both eastern & western corners, the band will rip through their acclaimed ‘Through The Walls’ record alongside recent singles ‘Red Light’, ‘Feels Good Now’ with the possibility of a ‘Hey, Ma’; their viral ‘Like A Version’ hit that just ticked over 4,000,000+ streams.
After firing up the van and ripping down the coast, the band have also hinted that this could be the last tour dates of this release campaign, with The VANNS teasing studio time post-performance to ensure fans can hear new music from them before the year is out. With Falls Festival & Lost Paradise performances scheduled to close out the year, it positions the band likely to coincide this release with their highly anticipated festival mainstage appearances.
“Playing live is embedded in the fundamental DNA of our band. It’s when I feel the biggest sense of ‘we’re doing what we should be doing.” The VANNS
“It’s been a long time since we’ve played shows in these regional areas, and we’re really excited to be heading back to a lot of the towns we cut our teeth in when we were starting out.” The VANNS
The VANNS formed for themselves a strong reputation as live performers around the country. Reaping industry acclaim including the lucrative triple j Feature Album and Like A Version series, the band easily converted the praise and stock being invested in them by tastemakers and respected outlets into a beloved show that has gone on to sell well over 6000 tickets across the nation, accruing over 10 million streams on platforms to date. Recently, ‘Red Light’ & ‘Feel Good Now’ landed in triple j’ Hottest 200, with the band hitting stages at The Great Escape (UK), before sharing stages with indie-rock icons The Wombats & having their emphatic Melbourne headline performance broadcast across triple j’s ‘Live At The Wireless’ program.