Cymru’s rock ambassadors, STEREOPHONICS, will make a welcome return to Australia for a run of much anticipated shows this April, marking their first Australian tour since 2013.
Stereophonics are heading out in support of their latest album, Scream Above The Sounds, launching with a show at the Sydney Opera House on April 26, then onto Brisbane’s Tivoli on April 28, Melbourne’s Forum on April 30 and HQ in Adelaide on May 3 before wrapping up the tour in the west with one night at Fremantle Arts Centre on May 5.
Renowned for delivering consistently superb, dynamic live shows led by the raw vocals of Kelly Jones, during their current European tour Stereophonics have been treating fans to scorching sets showcasing Scream Above The Sounds tracks live for the first time, interspersed with timeless favourites such as: ‘Maybe Tomorrow’, ‘Superman’, ‘The Bartender and the Thief’, ‘Mr Writer’, ‘Local Boy In The Photograph’, ‘Dakota’ and ‘Have A Nice Day’.
Tickets for all shows go on sale at 11am this Wednesday, March 7.
My Live Nation members can be among the first to secure tickets during the pre-sale beginning at 2pm Monday, March 5.
For complete tour and ticketing details, visit: livenation.com.au.
Stereophonics first stepped into the spotlight with the release of their debut album, Word Gets Around, in 1997.
The band soon followed that up with their first UK #1 album, Performance and Cocktails, in 1999 and subsequent #1 albums Just Enough Education To Perform (2001), You Gotta Go There To Come Back (2003), Language. Sex. Violence. Other? (2005), Pull The Pin (2007) and Keep The Village Alive (2015).
Stereophonics founding members, frontman Kelly Jones and bassist Richard Jones, along with guitarist Adam Zindani and drummer Jamie Morrison, will be joined on tour by long-term associate, keyboardist Tony Kirkham.