Grinspoon's sixth studio album Six To Midnight has received a tremendous response so far, debuting at #4 in the ARIA charts and winning mountains of praise from fans and reviewers alike. The first single Comeback, the latest single Summer, have both received huge reactions, gaining high rotation on most major TV & radio stations, with the latter destined to be one of this summer's biggest hits.

Legendary US producer Rick Will (Johnny Cash, No Doubt, Nine In Nails) was behind the albums' production & mixing duties, and has delivered one of Grinspoon's finest records to date. The band returned to their spiritual home town of Byron Bay to record the album, which helped them capture their affinity for a good live hard rock record, something the band really wanted to achieve.

Grinspoon's return to the live scene earlier this year saw them play to a wild and overflowing main stage at this year's Splendour In The Grass festival, which went down as one of the band's most memorable gigs to date. A sold out launch tour on the east coast in September soon followed, with Six To Midnight released at the same time. Their loyal army of fans received their first taste of the record in a live setting, and judging by the reaction, it's one of their best yet. 

Grinspoon will tackle the national Big Day Out tour in early 2010 alongside artists like Muse, Lily Allen & Mars Volta, and will also be playing a special one off show with Cold Chisel at the V8 supercars after party in Sydney this weekend.

In celebration of all these great things, Grinspoon have decided to do what they do best and hit the road for a national headline tour in March 2010, their first major national tour since 2008. Come and see why Grinspoon have been proclaimed one of Australia's premier live acts, time and time again

17.03.10The Hi-FiVIC
18.03.10The Hellenic ClubACT
19.03.10Enmore TheatreNSW
20.03.10Alexandra Hills HotelState
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