Slowdive announce rescheduled Australian dates

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Slowdive announce rescheduled Australian dates

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Slowdive have stayed true to their promise and are set to embark on a full run of dates.

Slowdive, the highly revered UK 5 piece, have just announced their rescheduled Australian and New Zealand shows. It’s huge news for fans who have been eagerly waiting for Slowdive’s return Down Under (rip Daydreams). Catch them when they head to Melbourne for a show at the Forum on July 22.

Slowdive new Australia and New Zealand dates

  • July 17 – Astor Theatre, Perth, Western Australia
  • July 19 – Princess Theatre, Brisbane, Queensland
  • July 21 – Enmore Theatre (venue upgrade), Sydney, New South Wales
  • July 22 – Forum, Melbourne, Victoria
  • July 23 – Hindley Street Music Hall (venue upgrade), Adelaide, South Australia
  • July 26 – Powerstation, Auckland, New Zealand

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Known for their big, beautiful, and timeless sound, Slowdive brings with them a vast back catalogue of ambient-rock infused gems from their early albums like Just For A Day, Souvlaki and Pygmalion.

Slowdive’s music resonates deeply with listeners, offering a transcendent experience that captures the essence of pure sonic bliss.

Their live shows are legendary, often described as immersive journeys that transport fans to another realm. Audiences have the opportunity to lose themselves in the ethereal sounds of songs like When the Sun Hits, the beautifully understated Sugar For The Pill, and the iconic Alison.

Slowdive’s ability to create an atmosphere that envelops listeners is unmatched, leaving an indelible mark on all who witness their performances.

The Australian tour serves as a culmination of Slowdive’s upcoming appearances at Glastonbury and Japan’s Fuji Rock festivals, further highlighting their global influence and enduring popularity. This long-awaited visit to Australian shores marks a significant moment for fans, as it will be Slowdive’s first time performing in the country since 2018.

It all goes down at Melbourne’s own Forum on July 22. Grab tickets by heading here