TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT: Jagwar Ma

JAGWAR MA

JAGWAR MA are killing it. Since releasing their single ‘The Throw’ (which you can check out HERE), they’ve made their way onto sweet blogs (like ours.. Duh), have found themselves on high rotation for many radio stations (‘The Throw’ sitting at the #1 most played track on Triple J) and are filling support slots for some elite bands.

They’ve been been added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist and were handpicked by The XX to support them on their Australian tour.

Since playing to a huge crowd at this year’s Big Day Out and selling out Sydney’s GoodGod in January, it’s about time they set off on their very first national, headlining tour!

Currently travelling through Europe as Foals‘ support slot, the live trio will be back in Australia in April for both their own shows The XX tour. Playing a total of 14 shows, a very busy month is ensued.

As the band have relocated to the UK, you probably won’t want to miss out on this tour. You should also keep in mind that these tickets will run out pretty quickly considering how ridiculously affordable they are; not to mention the fact that they’re continuously gaining more and more popularity from across the globe!

They go on sale this Friday, 15th March. Get in quick!

You can grab a copy of ‘The Throw’ on 12″ vinyl HERE. Only 400 copies made!

[UPDATE 11/4: JAGWAR MA regret they have to cancel four of their forthcoming east coast Australian shows due to illness, and hope to re-schedule dates in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the near future.]

JAGWAR MA AUSTRALIAN TOUR

Thursday, 11th April
Jive Bar, Adelaide

Friday, 12th April
Residence @ Metropolis, Freemantle

Saturday, 13th April
Pilerats @ Amplifier, Perth

Thursday, 18th April [CANCELLED]
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Friday, 19th April [CANCELLED]
Elsewhere, Gold Coast

Saturday, 20th April [CANCELLED]
Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane

Thursday, 25th April [CANCELLED]
Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne

Words by Hannah Galvin.

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An avid fan of Sydney’s jazz and found sound scene, as well as eating peanut butter from the jar.