British India to hit the road on mammoth Australian tour

Melbourne rockers British India are set to embark on a gigantic tour across Australia ahead of the release of their fifth album Nothing Touches Me. The run of shows will span 17 dates across seven states, including a whole bunch of regional shows.

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After a massive 2014 with support slots for little band called the Rolling Stones and ranking #83 on triple J’s Hottest 100 with their single Wrong Direction, the band are ready to release their new album Nothing Touches Me on March 13th via Liberation. Already renowned as one of Australia’s hardest working bands, British India will be taking the newly released album on the road starting in Alice Springs on April 16th and finishing up in Geelong on May 30th. Support will come from the massive sounds of Adelaide’s Grenadiers, as well as Tired Lion and Unbroken Expense, with more supports to be announced.

Tickets go on sale Thursday March 5th through OzTix – see all the dates here.

Thursday 16 April – The Gap View Hotel, Alice Springs, NT

Friday 17 April – Discovery, Darwin, NT

Saturday 18 April – The Gov, Adelaide, SA

Thursday 23 April – Paddy’s, Albury, NSW

Friday 24 April – Romano’s, Wagga Wagga, NSW

Saturday 25 April – Area Hotel, Griffith NSW

Friday 1 May – Sound Lounge, Gold Coast, QLD

Saturday 2 May – Urban Music Festival, Caboolture, QLD

Thursday 7 May – Club 54, Launceston, TAS

Friday 8 May – Republic Bar, Hobart, TAS

Saturday 9 May – Republic Bar, Hobart, TAS

Friday 15 May – Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough, WA

Saturday 16 May – Capitol, Perth, WA

Sunday 17 May – Newport, Fremantle, WA

Friday 22 May – The Metro, Sydney, NSW

Saturday 23 May – Cambridge, Newcastle, NSW

Friday 29 May – 170 Russell, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 30 May – Workers Club, Geelong, VIC