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Sun, 20 September 2015

Koral & The Goodbye Horses announce NOCTURNES EP tour

Filed under: rock music, CD Launches, Gigs, Tours — site admin @ 8:11 pm

Koral & The Goodbye Horses announce NOCTURNES EP tour.
This September and October, Adelaide five-piece Koral & The Goodbye Horses hit the road in support of their debut EP – Nocturnes.
With this release already receiving critical acclaim and national airplay, the Nocturnes Tour takes the band to Melbourne, regional Victoria, Adelaide and finally to Sydney for two shows with some very special, soon to be announced guests.
Nocturnes is the soundtrack to long nights spent on the open road, traveling heavy with heartbreak as you leave everything behind.
Throughout the record, Koral’s haunting vocals shift between twisted lullaby to world-weary rage, with spacious guitars and driving drumbeats providing an atmospheric backdrop. It’s grown up rock that’s raw, honest and a little screwed up.
“Like PJ Harvey fronting the Bad Seeds, Koral & The Goodbye Horses explore brooding, sweetly menacing landscapes on debut EP Nocturnes.” – Rip It Up

After a youth spent listening to the crackling fuzz of Australian AM radio, her mother’s car was Koral’s first musical education: Gershwin, Elvis, The Beatles, Mama Cass and The Shirelles rang out on the long drives across the country. From a young age, music lessons were a disaster. Piano, recorder, flute and violin all falling away when her teachers caught on that she was cheating at her theory practice and only playing by ear. Equally influential is Koral’s band. Just as Nick Cave has his Bad Seeds, Koral has her Goodbye Horses – Sam Knight (drums), Aaron Nash (keys), Emily Retsas (bass) and now Django Rowe (guitar) – all of whom thrive on Koral’s signature sound.
“… the debut single from the Adelaide group is brooding, gorgeously layered and offers a great look into what’s still to come.” – The AU Review

Koral & The Goodbye Horses Nocturnes Tour
23 Sep | Clifton Hill (VIC) | Some Velvet Morning | supporting Toby Graham
25 Sep | Fitzroy (VIC) | Catfish | with King Wolf & Jimi Beavis
26 Sep | Ballarat (VIC) | The Eastern Hotel | with Mark With The Sea
3 Oct | Semaphore (SA) | Semaphore Music Festival
4 Oct | Marrickville (NSW) | Gasoline Pony | with special guest
5 Oct | Newtown (NSW) | Newtown Social Club | with Cull & Claire Kelly

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