British alt-rockers Basement have again proven their weight by selling out their Melbourne show ahead of their Australian tour starting in May.
This marks the second show to sell-out on their return to Australia (The first being The Factory Theatre in Sydney). Announcing a hiatus weeks before the release of their second breakthrough album Colourmeinkindness in 2012, the band returns with their full length Promise Everything.
Basements Promise Everything reaches new heights and has given the band a new platform in the rock world. Their new album, being the first cohesive recording since 2012, marks a new beginning for the five piece.
Joining the band on this tour will be Virginia Beach’s Turnover and Perth’s recently resurgent Break Even.
May 23 – The Triffid, Brisbane QLD
May 24 – The Lab, Woolloongabba QLD
May 26 – The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle NSW
May 27 – The Factory Theatre, Marrickville NSW
May 28 – Arrow On Swanston, Melbourne VIC
May 29 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC
May 30 – Fowlers Live, Adelaide SA
May 31 – Amplifier Bar, Perth WA
For tickets, head to tickets.destroyalllines.com.