Sydney wonky-house luminaries Holy Balm are only days out from the release of their keenly awaited new album, Activity, and they're hitting the road this September to celebrate.
The ascendant trio will get under way at The Foundry, in Brisbane, on Thursday 15 September (supported by Scraps and 100%), before they take their tunes to Melbourne (with Lucy Cliche, Shouse and a DJ set from Andras), before heading home to Sydney (with Enderie, Phone and Sex Havers DJs). Lastly, they hit Canberra's Lobrow Gallery & Bar on Sunday 25 September with support from California Girls, Honey and Playful Sound.
The album comes not too long after the three-piece put out its first single, the gleefully retro Fashion, and even sooner since follow-up cut Clandestine, arriving as they see their renown continue to grow in the wake of press nods and airtime from radio such as FBi, RTR and Double J, among others. You can check out the delightfully fucked-up video for Fashion below.
For more details about the upcoming tour, including dates, venues and other booking information, see theGuide.
The Foundry, Fortitude Valley
Hugs & Kisses, Melbourne
Newtown Social Club, Newtown
Lobrow Gallery & Bar, Canberra