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The Holidays Debut Album And Tour

Sydney foursome The Holidays have been around the Australian music scene for a while now. I saw them open for Bluejuice earlier this year, and then again for Hungry Kids Of Hungary recently. Both times they were really enjoyable, playing a great blend of pop hooks, rhythm, and plenty tropical influences.

More than a year in the making, their debut album is finally here, titled ‘Post Paradise’. Fans of the band will have already heard a couple of the tracks, namely the excellent Golden Sky and Moonlight Hours, as well as plenty of other songs that have been played live.

Their newest single, Broken Bones, is a very infectious track that may take a few listens to get into, but once it hooks you, it doesn’t let go. It is available for free download here.

These guys are already highly accomplished, despite only having just released their debut album, and make sure to catch their exhilarating live show as they tour on the back of the release of ‘Post Paradise’:

SAT  25 SEP – Coaster Festival, GOSFORD, NSW

WED 29 SEP – Beach Road Hotel, BONDI, NSW

FRI  01 OCT –  Elsewhere, GOLD COAST, QLD

SAT  02 OCT – The Troubadour, BRISBANE, QLD

SAT  09 OCT – One Movement Festival, WA

THU 14 OCT – Transit Bar, CANBERRA, ACT

FRI  15 OCT – Grand Hotel, WOLLONGONG, NSW

SAT 16 OCT – The Gaelic Hotel, SYDNEY, NSW

THU 21 OCT – The National Hotel, GEELONG, VIC

FRI  22 OCT – East Brunswick Club, MELBOURNE, VIC

SAT 23 OCT – Jive, ADELAIDE, SA

And, to finish things off, here’s a teaser of the album.

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