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Today, the much loved Australian ARIA Double Platinum group Holy Holy (AKA Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson) announce a huge National Tour in April 2024 presented by triple j, Live Nation, Select Music and Tiny Monster and supported by Tasman Keith making this one a triple threat. The band will kick off the extensive leg in Adelaide, making their way through all other major cities including Perth, Sydney and Brisbane as well as hitting regional towns Launceston, Kingscliff and Torquay. Off the back of releasing their highly anticipated new album ‘Cellophane’ which soared to #4 on the ARIA album chart, making it their 3rd top 10 album, Holy Holy continue to relish in their new ‘Cellophane’ era.

Speaking of the tour, Timothy Carroll shares: “We’re looking forward to building a wild and expansive set for this tour, playing some of the brand new works off Cellophane with special guests and digging into the back catalogue to find some gems to get lost in again. We’re in some beautiful rooms, and to have the time and space to stretch out and go places musically will be special for us and our fans. We’ve got the triple threat Tasman Keith along for the ride, and he’s incredible – so it’s shaping up to be a memorable tour. Wear something special, and we’ll make a night of it.  When music is at its best, it’s a holy thing.”

To celebrate the tour announce, Holy Holy have teamed up with Tasman Keith and have released an exceptional live video of This Time, their brand new single off the record, already racking up views and getting positive reactions from fans and industry alike, one of the most listened to songs off the record. The video was shot at Oscar’s studio in Rye in Victoria – watch HERE.

“Oscar’s brother Josh is a film-maker and he came down to Oscar’s studio to shoot this recently. We sourced a heap of lights from Amazon, and they react to the music as you play. It was the first time for us playing the tune live as a band, and it came together beautifully. Some songs kind of push you along, and in a way, the song plays you – ‘This Time’ is like that. This gives a sense of what the album will sound like when we do it live.” Timothy Carroll shares.

The act’s fifth album ‘Cellophane’ finds them shedding their inhibitions, alleviating themselves of the weight of expectation and pushing their sound to new territory. The album has received so much critical claim with triple j’s breakfast host Concetta Caristo dubbing the album “iconic”. The band will be performing tracks live for their eagerly waiting fans on their upcoming National headline tour next April 2024. With a reputation as one of Australia’s best live acts, and a stunning #4 chart result under their belts, this tour will be like no other.

w/ Tasman Keith

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Friday 5 April – Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide
Saturday 6 April – Astor Theatre, Perth
Thursday 11 April – Du Cane Brewing, Launceston
Friday 12 April – Odeon Theatre, Hobart
Saturday 13 April – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Friday 19 April – The Tivoli, Brisbane
Saturday 20 April – Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Kingscliff
Friday 26 April – The Forum, Melbourne
Saturday 27 April – Torquay Hotel, Torquay

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