MOTHER MOTHER add new tickets to all Australian shows

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MOTHER MOTHER add new tickets to all Australian shows

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After announcing their very first Australia tour and proceeding to sell out all shows, Vancouver’s MOTHER MOTHER has today announced venue upgrades for their INSIDE tour.

“We feel so very lucky to be able to tour the world doing what we love,” MOTHER MOTHER’s frontman, Ryan Guldemond says. “We haven’t been to Australia yet as a band, so we are beyond excited to play for our fans there, who have been incredibly supportive and patient. We can’t wait!”

Due to overwhelming demand, MOTHER MOTHER will now play at Magnet House (Perth, February 6), Palais Theatre (Melbourne, February 9), Roundhouse (Sydney, February 10) and the Triffid (Brisbane, February 13).

MOTHER MOTHER Australia 2023 Tour

  • February 6 – Magnet House, Perth
  • February 9 – Palais Theatre, Melbourne
  • February 10 – Roundhouse, Sydney
  • February 13 – Triffid, Brisbane

Check out Melbourne’s most comprehensive gig guide here.

MOTHER MOTHER has had a whirlwind decade; over 2 billion streams and views, more than 16 million monthly listeners on digital platforms, 4.1 million Shazam searches and sold out tour dates across the globe. “Hayloft II”, the hugely anticipated sequel to viral track “Hayloft” debuted within the Top 10 on Spotify’s Global Top Songs Debut chart and has already been streamed more than 35 million times across all DSPS, with over 6.2M video views.


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The band also had a feature in Rolling Stone, a performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, and made several appearances of late in Billboard’s Emerging Artist Chart, as well as topping Lyric Find’s global and US lyric search charts. In their native Canada, MOTHER MOTHER has had many top 10 singles on the alternative radio charts, including #1’s for weeks on end and the crown of most airplay for any alternative act at radio for multiple years running.

Globally, the band’s avid fanbase continues to grow exponentially, as their presence on TikTok organically exploded during the fall of 2020 during lockdown. A variety of songs from O My Heart and Touch Up were used virally on the platform over 330 million times, resulting in millions of streams and new followers on streaming platforms and socials.

For complete tour and ticket information, head here.