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Fri 15 Mar 2013, 8:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Newcastle Panthers, King Street, Newcastle West, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: 18+

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Birds of Tokyo ‘March Fires’ 2013 Tour - on sale Friday 14 December 9am.

The band’s recent release of the four-track EP ‘This Fire’ and a handful of special preview shows (including a barnstorming set at the Homebake Festival) have provided fans with their first taste of the new Birds of Tokyo. The EP’s lead track has been one of the most requested and most played songs on the triple j network over recent weeks, and is still climbing the national airplay chart.

For Birds of Tokyo, the last year has been all about change and renewal and that experience is infused throughout their new album.

First there was the addition of two new members (Glenn Sarangapany on keys and Ian Berney on bass). Then for various reasons the three original members (Ian Kenny - vocals, Adam Spark - guitars and Adam Weston - drums) all relocated from their hometown of Perth to new cities across the eastern seaboard. After that they consciously reinvented their approach to songwriting with a new Sydney studio space plus time spent together in a remote French farmhouse helping to blaze new trails. They then went to Los Angeles to record with both a new producer, Dave Cooley (Silversun Pickups) and a new mixer, Tony Hoffer (M83, Beck, The Kooks, Belle & Sebastian).

"We really made a conscious choice to just put a match to everything we'd done before so that we could create something that felt fresh and exciting for us. Hopefully people who like the band will feel the same way when they hear it", - Adam Spark.

Don’t miss Birds of Tokyo live in 2013 as they launch ‘March Fires’ from coast to coast. Stay tuned for much, much more.