New Wave darlings ‘Automatic’ are back in Aus, get ready for the synthiest of moods

Automatic are back in Australia, bringing their mesmerizing synths and hella moody base to enrapture you once again!

Get ready for an electrifying adventure with LA’s beloved outfit, Automatic, as they make their way to the land Down Under! We’re practically dancing in anticipation as they prepare to set the stages of Melbourne, Sydney, and Fremantle on fire.

And guess what? They’re even crashing Splendour in the Grass and rocking the official Sideshows alongside Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Brace yourselves for a musical journey you won’t forget!


But wait, there’s more! Automatic is serving up a delectable treat for their fans. Just when you thought life couldn’t get any better, they dropped an extraordinary remix of their chart-topping single ‘Skyscraper,’ courtesy of the super-talented duo GUM & Ginoli—none other than the musical masterminds Jay Watson (Pond, Tame Impala) and James Ireland (Pond).

Prepare to be blown away as they inject a dynamic house influence into the already moody and razor-sharp original. You won’t be able to resist hitting the dance floor!

Picture this: the unstoppable trio of Izzy Glaudini on synths and vocals, Halle Saxon on bass and vocals, and Lola Dompé on drums.

Automatic has been creating seismic waves with their sensational second LP, ‘Excess,’ released on the iconic Stones Throw label.

Critics are swooning over their brilliant fusion of motorik rhythms, icy atmospheres, and punchy synth-punk.

We’re talking critical acclaim from the likes of KCRW, Double J, The Line of Best Fit, MOJO, and CLASH. Automatic has officially ascended to the pinnacle of musical greatness!

So, prepare to be whisked away on a sonic adventure like no other as Automatic lands in Australia. Get ready to be immersed in an ocean of euphoria, leaving you with electrifying memories that will last a lifetime.

Don’t miss out on witnessing the future of music unfold before your very eyes—it’s going to be a wild ride!


 Wednesday, 19 July – Melbourne, VIC – The Night Cat 

Thursday, 20 July – Melbourne, VIC – MCA (supporting Yeah Yeah Yeahs)

Saturday, 22 July – Byron Bay, NSW – Splendour In The Grass 

Monday, 24 July – Sydney, NSW – Hordern Pavilion (supporting Yeah Yeah Yeahs)

Wednesday, 26 July – Sydney, NSW – The Lansdowne 

Friday, 28 July – North Fremantle, WA – Mojos