Automatic announce Australian headlining tour
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13.06.2023

Automatic announce Australian headlining tour

Automatic
Photo by: Pooneh Ghana
words by staff writer

Automatic's are set to ignite The Night Cat with their electrifying synth-punk.

Following a wildly successful sold-out tour earlier this year, Automatic is set to captivate audiences once again with their unique blend of moody yet razor-sharp synth-punk. Catch them at The Night Cat on July 19.

Automatic Australian tour

  • July 19 – The Night Cat, Melbourne, VIC
  • July 20 – MCA (supporting Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Melbourne, VIC
  • July 22 – Splendour In The Grass, Byron Bay, NSW
  • July 24 – Hordern Pavilion (supporting Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Sydney, NSW
  • July 26 – The Lansdowne, Sydney, NSW
  • July 28 – Mojos, North Fremantle, WA

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The trio, consisting of Izzy Glaudini on synths and vocals, Halle Saxon on bass and vocals, and Lola Dompé, have been making waves in the music scene since the release of their second LP, Excess, on the esteemed Stones Throw label in June 2023. The album, hailed by critics for its motorik beats, icy atmospheres, and danceable energy, has firmly established Automatic as a force to be reckoned with.

In addition to their headline shows in Melbourne, Sydney, and Fremantle, Automatic will be gracing the stages of Splendour in the Grass, a festival renowned for showcasing the best in alternative music. Moreover, they will be supporting the legendary Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ official Sideshows, adding an extra layer of excitement to their already thrilling tour.

To further excite their fans, Automatic has also released a new remix of their single Skyscraper by GUM & Ginoli, the collaborative project of Jay Watson (known for his work with Pond and Tame Impala) and James Ireland (also from Pond). This remix infuses the original’s moody instrumentals with a dynamic house influence, creating a fresh and captivating take on the track.

They have graced the stages of renowned festivals such as Primavera Sound, Wide Awake, and Desert Daze, and have supported acclaimed acts including Tame Impala, Parquet Courts, The Voidz, and Crumb. Additionally, their music has been featured in fashion campaigns for esteemed brands like Céline, Givenchy, MiuMiu, and Versace, solidifying their status as a band with widespread appeal.

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