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Melbourne Ska Orchestra's 'Good Days Bad Days' tour gets on the road next year

Friday 13 December 2019

Melbourne Ska Orchestra's 'Good Days Bad Days' tour gets on the road next year

Award-winning Melbourne Ska Orchestra are hitting up metropolitan and regional cities across the country in February through to May next year in celebration of the release of their latest single 'Good Days Bad Days'. The mammoth tour kicks off in February with shows at Mullumbimby Civic Memorial Hall and Brisbane's Triffid. Come May, the band will be playing the Sunshine Coast's Solbar, Newcastle's Cambridge Hotel, Sydney's Manning Bar, Wollongong's Anita's Theatre and University of Canberra Refectory. April and May, on the other hand, will see the epic group performing at Perth's Freo.Social and Melbourne's The Forum, respectively.

'Good Days Bad Days' is a showstopper of a track lifted from 'One Year Of Ska'—the box set album that earned the band the 2019 ARIA Award for 'Best World Music Album'. Bright, spunky and full of life, 'Good Days Bad Days' is everything audiences have come to love about the ensemble. Multi-instrumentalist and band leader Nicky Bomba says of the track: "The Good Days Bad Days sentiment is universal and it covers all walks of life. The second verse is particularly close to home, as it relates to putting our own gigs on—it's always a risk, and things can turn on a dime. Life is full of the extremes of the pendulum swing. Finding the balance is the key, eh!"

Melbourne Ska Orchestra are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to the stage. They blow audiences away with the joyous, dynamic vibes they summon during their performances. "With so many band members, we're a bit like a soccer team! Our live shows are a community experience. It's imperative for us to make a solid unifying connection with our audience. We hold the live performance in high-esteem, as it's an ancient ritual where humans come together celebrating life through the wonder of music. It's a bit of a spectacle to behold," enthuses Nicky.

Grab your tickets and let Melbourne Ska Orchestra turn your bad days into good ones, and the already good days to better ones with their vibrant performances next year!