Prolific Aussie alt-rockers Dead Letter Circus have come a long way since the release of their debut EP The Endless Mile, and to celebrate the decade that’s passed since they’ll hit the road next March.
Accruing countless frequent flyer miles and stage time over the years, their sound and live show has evolved into a completely different beast since the classics on their debut release were unleashed, and as such, they’ll be reworking the material, playing new interpretations.
“I literally can't wrap my head around that this crazy ride has been going for nearly 10 years,” frontman Kim Benzie said.
“The fact that people connected so deeply with our frantic hyper rock to this day still blows my mind.”
The idea stems from the overwhelming fan response to the Reimagined tour in 2014, but isn’t to say they’re stuck in a nostalgic loop, earlier this year dropping new single The Burning Number.
The tour kicks off Thursday 2 March at New Globe Theatre, Brisbane before hitting Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne and Adelaide, with limited edition recordings of the reimagined EP available at each show.
Check out theGuide for all the details.
New Globe Theatre, Fortitude Valley
Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle West
Max Watt's, Melbourne
Adelaide Uni Bar, Adelaide