Adelaide’s premier indie/folk star, Timberwolf (Chris Panousakis) has just announced a launch tour for his Flux EP, which was released in May earlier this year.
He took to social media on Tuesday night to tell his fans:
“I’m supposed to wait until tomorrow to tell you but secrets are boring. I’m going on tour!”
The tour kicks off in Sydney before heading to Melbourne and finishing off in his hometown of Adelaide.
The Flux EP was co-produced and recorded by the super talented Mark Myers, formally of The Middle East.
According to Chris, “Mark and I worked together through the whole EP to try and draw on some of the darker and more eerie elements of The Middle East’s recordings to highlight songwriting born out of quite a painful experience.”
Adelaidians can also catch Timberwolf (amongst other big local names) at the inaugural Adelaide Beer and BBQ Festival coming up at the Adelaide Showgrounds on July 10th, 11th and 12th.
But until then, we recommend kicking back and losing yourself to this dreamy voice:
WHEN: Friday August 28th
WHERE: Adelaide Unibar
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