Sydney-based musician Oliver Tank is launching his debut album OT this Friday at Jive, and trust me, you’re gonna want to be there.
Tank’s sound has been compared to the likes of Bon Iver and James Blake, though with a distinctive electronic bent. Known for crafting vividly emotive soundscapes, it’s little wonder that Tank’s music has been streamed a collective seven million times.
Following the release of his critically acclaimed EP Dreams, Tank’s new album marks his much-anticipated return to the music scene. This talented guy has supported celebrated musicians such as Lana Del Rey and Lorde, as well as sell-out tours and sets at festivals such as The Great Escape and Falls.
Oliver Tank will be gracing us with his captivating sound Friday, 26th May @ Jive. You can grab tickets here.
All images via Oliver Tank Facebook page.
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