JULIA Jacklin will expose her angelic voice at its most intimate and vulnerable when she heads around Australia for her first solo tour.
The Blue Mountains-raised Melbourne-based singer-songwriter will perform songs like Pool Party, Body and Pressure To Party alone with her acoustic guitar from her acclaimed albums Don't Let The Kids Win (2016) and her AIR and Libera Award-winning follow-up Crushing (2019).
Jacklin will also provide first-time performances of her 2020 Sub Pop 7" release To 'Perth Before The Border Closes and Cry and indie Christmas song Baby Jesus Is Nobody's Baby Now.
The east coast tour begins with a double-header at The Sound Doctor in Angelsea on July 30 and 31, before Jacklin passes through The Bridge, Castlemaine (August 5); Caravan Club, Archie's Creek (August 8); Anita's Theatre, Thirroul (August 12); Blackheath Community Hall (August 13); Orange Conservatorium (August 14); Canberra Theatre (August 20); Narooma Kinema (August 21); Candelo Hall (August 22); Newcastle City Hall (August 26) and Avoca Theatre (August 27).
LIVE music might be taking another unwanted "smoko" but it won't stop fans of The Chats from watching the Queensland pub-rock three-piece in action.
The Smoko and Pub Feed hit-makers will livestream their show from Sydney's The Roundhouse on August 1 to their worldwide fan base.
AUSTRALIAN rockers Gang Of Youths have announced their live return in the UK, beginning on August 12.
The Sydney band are based in London and recently released the single The Angel Of 8th Ave, their first new material since their ARIA Award-winning album Go Farther In Lightness in 2017.
With Europe slowly reemerging from COVID-19 lockdowns due to high vaccination rates, Gang Of Youths have scheduled shows in London, Bristol, Brighton, Warrington, Nottingham, Glasgow, plus two gigs in the German cities of Nuremberg and Nurburg.
Gang Of Youths spent the majority of 2020 working on their anticipated third album.