Each show will see King Gizz rip through two sets – performing their new album in full for the first, and ripping through their long-reaching discography for the second.
Capping it off, they’ll be playing in a 360-degree format – so you can literally get around the boys.
King Gizz’s Stu Mackenzie has alluded to microtonal experimentation on their forthcoming release, telling Beat the origin of how the record got its name.
“My friend Zach very generously built a guitar for me,” said Mackenzie. “Part way through making the guitar, I told Zach that I wanted to put microtones in the frets of the guitar. That involves adding extra frets that aren’t usually there on the board – it’s like accessing secret notes of guitar, the tones in between your regular frets. It’s a concept that I had wanted to look into further for quite a while, and this album seemed like the right place to explore it.”