Clairy Brown Album Tour

Following up after a smash sold out show at The Toff in October, Clairy Browne will be opening her national tour at The Night Cat in Melbourne on 25th January followed by shows in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sydney and Adelaide, and, closing with the Grampians Music Festival at Halls Gap.

It has been more than 2 years since Clairy’s last headline tour in her home country and after months in the rehearsal studio working on a new show, hot off the release of her new solo album “Pool”, she is ready to take her brand of smouldering R&B and infectious edgy pop around the country.

Clairy Browne’s new solo album Pool is a celebration of Clairy’s love of pop and R&B music of all styles. From its robust takedowns F.U.B., to its big soulful ballads Still Goodbye, to its pop rhythms thick with dope beats and sticky melodies to burn Killem With It, Pool is set to be on your summer party playlist.  After the breakaway success of Browne’s previous project as the front woman of the group Clairy Browne & The Bangin’ Rackettes and their worldwide hit Love Letter Clairy has burst out of the Melbourne music scene with a new project that is fiercely independent.

Pool splashes into the modern pop era and explores Clairy’s new direction starting with the first single from the album, the big brash Vanity Fair. Throughout the album Browne moves between styles and personas chameleon-like, from femmebot killer to super vixen. She is the street fashionista who loves Moschino, acrylic nails, and every shade of pink. She is also the boss bitch who wants to grind you beneath her stiletto heel.

Check out the video for single Vanity Fair


Wednesday January 25th – The Night Cat, Melbourne VIC
Friday January 27th – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane QLD
Saturday January 28th – Night Quarter, Helensvale QLD (Free Entry)
Friday February 17th – Oxford Arts Factory, Sydney NSW
Tuesday February 21st – Garden Of Unearthly Delights, Adelaide SA
Saturday February 25th – Grampians Music Festival, Halls Gap VIC

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