British India announce national tour
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British India announce national tour

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Thrilled to reveal their return to stages around Australia, British India will be travelling the country in May and June with their Midnight Homie Tour. The tour runs through Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia.

The Melbourne gig takes over 170 Russell on Friday June 15 with plenty more suburban and rural shows going on around Victoria as well.

The band’s latest track ‘Midnight Homie’ has become a fan favourite with Declan Malia’s lyrics “my night is better than your whole life.” Loaded with precise rock stylings off the new record and Australian live favourites – ‘Vanilla’ and ‘Suddenly’ – these indie rockers are out to prove their claim.

“With our next tour for Midnight Homie just around the corner, we have come up with an ambitious idea,” says the band. “Send us video footage and photos of you and your best friends having the best night of your lives. These will be turned into a fan video, so can be immortalised forever in British India history.”

Known for their intense guitars, provocative lyrics and unmistakeable energy it’s no surprise Forgetting the Future – their sixth studio album – debuted at number twelve on the ARIA Albums Chart. The band has recently signed a licensing deal to New York indie label AntiFragile.

Read Beat’s interview with British India.