Gold Coast indie newcomer Logan is co-headlining shows with Kian this May

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Gold Coast indie newcomer Logan is co-headlining shows with Kian this May


Leading in with new single Say It, indie artist Logan drops his debut body of work today.

The buzz around self-taught Gold Coast newcomer, Logan John Priest, aka Logan, has been loud over the last twelve months with his debut album only adding to it.

Out today, Lost In Translation genre blends integrating Logan’s thoughts, experiences, and growth into one culmination of the young artist’s learnings. The product features adlibs from his bedroom as well as professionally produced pieces from Milku and Tony Buchen. The album release comes with a single drop for energetic Say It.

Logan and Kian co-headline tour dates

  • Live at the Camp, Castlemaine | Saturday 25 May
  • The Lansdowne, Sydney | Thursday 30 May
  • Northcote Social Club, Melbourne | Friday 31 May

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Having debuted at live shows supporting Pacific Avenue and touring nationally with Teen Jesus and the Jean Teasers, the indie artist is cutting his teeth in a big way. He also jumped up on BIGSOUND and SXSW Sydney stages and performed to a whopping 830,000 audience of the sold out arena goers and live broadcast viewers for the Mushroom 50 Live at Rod Laver Arena. Now he is off on his own tour, about to head on the road with Castlemaine’s Kian in a co-headline offering.

Presented by Village Sounds and Select Music, the two will be making their way to Live at the Camp in Castlemaine on Saturday 25 May, The Lansdowne in Sydney on Thursday 30 May, and Melbourne’s Northcote Social Club on Friday 31 May.

The fellow co-headline, Kian has also just dropped a new single REGRETS just yesterday out via EMI, which sees him put an introspective lens on his past decisions and the lingering weight that they hold.

Tickets to see the two young artists tear up the stage together are on sale now and can be purchased here. Give Logan’s Lost In Translation, out now via Ivy League Records, a listen.