The All Seeing Hand, the New Zealand trio known for blending turntables, drums and Mongolian inspired throat singing into their own unique sound, have announced plans for an Australian tour.
Kicking off in April, the trio will play a range of east coast dates, showcasing their intense live show that utilises disonance, chaos and ritualistic performance. The news follows on the heels of the recent announcement of the band's fourth album, Sand To Glass, which is out this Friday.
Check out the dates below.
Thursday April 13 – Bloodhound, Brisbane QLD
Friday April 14 – Tattersalls, Lismore NSW
Sunday April 16 – Nimbin Bush Theatre, Nimbin NSW
Friday April 21 – The Brisbane, Hobart TAS
Saturday April 22 – Dan’s Bar, Franklin TAS
Wednesday April 26 - Karova Lounge, Ballarat VIC
Thursday April 27 – The Curtin, Melbourne VIC
Saturday April 29 – The Chippendale Hotel, Sydney NSW
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