After a couple quiet years away from the music scene, Melbourne alt-rockers The Getaway Plan have surprised us all by announcing a nationwide tour for the 10-year anniversary of their breakthrough album, Other Voices, Other Rooms.
After forming in 2004, The Getaway Plan experienced mainstream success with the album, particularly for the memorable lead single “Where The City Meets The Sea”. Having supported the likes of My Chemical Romance and The Used following the success of this album, the band became a household name before going on a brief hiatus. After reforming in late 2010, the guys released a couple more albums, Requiem and Dark Horses. The band have promised a unique double set at every show in order to play all their best tracks; they’ll commemorate Other Voices by performing the album in full, with a second set dedicated to other well-known and loved songs.
Dig out your old band shirts and get ready for a night of homegrown Aussie alt-rock with The Getaway Plan, playing Adelaide on Friday September 22 @ The Gov.
Tickets out next Monday, 22nd May – For more info visit www.thegetawayplan.com
All images via The Getaway Plan Facebook page.
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