In Hearts Wake Regional Tour
In Hearts Wake have announced they will be heading on a tour across our Great Southern Land in early 2018. Spanning 28 dates across three months and taking in the entire continent, In Hearts Wake will literally hit every corner of Australia when they set off on their epic journey in January 2018. The regional focused tour kicks off on January 18 in Cairns and winds up where it all began in Byron Bay in March. Joining In Hearts Wake around the nation will be Young Lions.
In Hearts Wake have today released a new video for Frequency, a standout from their new album Ark. Filmed by their fans on their huge Australian headline tour by earlier this year, Frequency is a taste of what’s to come when the band hit regional centres in early 2018.
2017 has already been a huge year for In Hearts Wake. In June, the boys from Byron dropped their colossal third album Ark, which debuted at #3 on the Aria Album Chart, and saw the band tackle the issue of water pollution head on with the We Are Waterborne: An In Hearts Wake Initiative in conjunction with Tangaroa Blue and Sea Shepherd. The band went on to slay big stages around Australia on their biggest headline tour yet, duck over to New Zealand for a quick run of shows and now they are in Europe on an extensive headline tour around the continent, with a few sell out shows already in the bag. After they wrap up, the band will see out the year in the US on tour with Fit For A King and Like Moths To Flames
Young Lions will jump in the van to support In Hearts Wake on this huge run. This Brisbane crew just released their brand new album, Mr Spaceman (their first new music since 2015), which debuted at #3 on the AIR charts and has impressed the likes of Rolling Stone Magazine, who dubbed it “a concept record that explodes their sound into heady, arena-ready territory”. Since forming in 2013, the band have earned a very loyal legion of fans across the country not only from their own headlining shows across the country but also supporting the likes of Bayside, Hands Like Houses, Silverstein and, more recently Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, soon to add In Hearts Wake to the list.