Stereophonics To Tour Australia For The First Time In Five Years This April To May

Friday 9 March 2018

Stereophonics To Tour Australia For The First Time In Five Years This April To May

Welsh rockers Stereophonics are hitting Australian roads this April to May in support of their latest album ‘Scream Above The Sounds’. The tour marks their first-ever visit in five years and will start at Sydney Opera House then will make its way to The Tivoli Theatre in Brisbane. Shows at Melbourne's The Forum and HQ Adelaide will follow. Perth's Fremantle Arts Centre will host the final show.

Released in October last year, ‘Scream Above The Sounds’ is the band’s 10th studio album. It features the singles ‘Geronimo’, ‘What’s All The Fuss About’, ‘Would You Believe’ and ‘Caught In The Wind’ to name a few. Original members Kelly Jones (vocals), Adam Zindani (guitar), Richard Jones (bass) and Jamie Morrison (drums) and longtime keyboardist Tony Kirkham will be performing these hits plus songs from their 20-year catalogue, particularly their UK number one hit ’Dakota’.

The release of the band’s debut album ‘Word Gets Around’ in 1997 surely jump-started their illustrious career. Out of their ten albums, six of which topped the UK Charts. They’ve also performed in some of the world’s biggest music festivals—the likes of Glastonbury, Oxegen and Reading and Leeds. Selling around 10 million records across the globe, Stereophonics are undoubtedly one of the most successful outfits to emerge in the Welsh rock scene.

Grab your tickets and watch Stereophonics' roof-blowing performances this April to May!

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