Pond’s Nicholas Allbrook will go on tour this June

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Pond’s Nicholas Allbrook will go on tour this June

Nicholas Allbrook
words by Noah redfern

Pond front man Nicholas Allbrook has announced his upcoming solo tour dates along with a glorious new single.

Perth musician Nicholas Allbrook, once of Tame Impala and now of Pond, is about to release his
fourth solo album Manganese. Allbrook is teasing the fans with the sprawling new single Round
Round and Moon and All. Witness the magic at Melbourne’s own Workers Club on June 15.

Nicholas Allbrook 2023 Australian Tour Dates

  • June 14 – The Landsdowne, Sydney
  • June 15 – Workers Club, Melbourne
  • June 16 – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane

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Featuring beautiful flute, impassioned singing and a cool groove, the single came along with a
fantastic music video, featuring the artist and his band performing the track live in their studio in
Fremantle, very much inspiring the intimacy expected on the upcoming tour of smaller shows.

“An old song I’ve never been able to record properly” states Allbrook. “Playing it with Rachel, Tayo, Edo and Cam made it work though. Thea Woodward again plays a magnificent flute.”

With a new solo album apparently not enough, the artist recently reconnected with Tame Impala
bandmate Kevin Parker to co-write a song for the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among
Thieves film while Parker was on tour in Spain. Nothing really sounds more psychedelic than Pond
and Tame Impala making a song for a fantasy movie. The track is ‘Wheels of Time’ and has been
released ahead of film.

The multi-instrumentalist and songwriter will be performing along the east coast through mid-June in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Allbrook will be backed by a full band to perform his solo repertoire.

Catch the show at The Workers Club on June 15. Find tickets and more information here.