Sydney venue change
2nd Melbourne show added
Tickets on sale now from secretsounds.com
Just weeks after announcing that indie pop dreamer BØRNS will be heading to Australia in March for some special headline dates, Secret Sounds is thrilled to announce a Sydney venue change and additional Melbourne date.
Sydney – Same date, bigger venue. BØRNS will now play The Metro on Tuesday 3 April and all tickets purchased for The Oxford Art Factory will be valid for the new venue.
Melbourne – A second date at Howler has been added on Tuesday 27 March. Tickets on sale now.
A recent triple j Feature Album, BØRNS second offering ‘Blue Madonna’ dropped on January 12 and includes the beautifully hazy, euphoric track ‘God Save Our Young Blood’. The tune enlists the sultry sun-drenched vocals of Lana Del Rey. It’s a dream-pop match made in heaven and BØRNS was also recently announced as the support act for Del Rey’s Australian dates.
Taking inspiration from his formidable forefathers Bowie and T.Rex, BØRNS stunned with his debut single ‘10,000 Emerald Pools’ in 2014, a cascading and ethereal tune that branded the LA native with a distinctly melodic sound and a killer falsetto.
Debut album ‘Dopamine’ followed in 2015, a catalogue of tracks that worm your way into your heart and just won’t leave, with the Associated Press calling it “some of the most heartfelt electronic-based music in recent memory”. The LP featured the platinum selling single ‘Electric Love’, which has raked in more than 130 million Spotify plays worldwide.
Next stop after Australia is Coachella 2018 and a run of dates across the UK and Europe.
Tue 27 Mar – Howler, Melbourne – ON SALE NOW
Wed 28 Mar – Howler, Melbourne – SOLD OUT
Tue 03 Apr – The Metro, Sydney – NEW VENUE, ON SALE NOW
AMNPLIFY – DB
My nickname is “The Amnplifier”. Why? Because around here my focus is on being a conduit for providing greater outcomes that people come here for. My day to day “work” is living in the moment, and I love helping others concentrate on finding their connection to themselves through their experiences.
Why start a music environment? The truth is I love music, I love writing, and I love life. I work with musicians every day, and I feel certain that I will be until they put me in the ground. I have been managing people in businesses of some sort for over thirty five years so along the way I have developed some “wisdom” from my regular and constant “observations”.
Amnplify your experience. That is what we want you to do here, and if you want to let me know why you do, or don’t, shoot me a message on Facebook.
Hope you enjoy yourself here and find something that hits you somewhere.