Perth psych-rockers POND announce their first Australian tour since 2017

West Australian quintet POND have today announced a string of local and interstate shows in the lead-up to their forthcoming album Tasmania, set for release on March 1st via Spinning Top Records.

The last two years have been a whirlwind for POND; the band have been relishing in warm receptions abroad, having sold out dates across a pair of North American tours and a slew of international festival appearances.

Photo: Pooneh Ghanah

Perth psych-rockers POND have today announced their plans to take Australia by storm, setting up a string of shows across the country throughout March.

It’s the band’s first national tour since 2017, and they’re kicking things off in their hometown of Perth before heading to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Tour supports are yet to be announced but watch this space. Tickets go on sale on Friday, February 1st.

Their newest track Daisy was released this month, the band’s third single from new album Tasmania following tasters Sixteen Days and Burnt Out Star. Tasmania, which was produced by the band in conjunction with Tame Impala‘s Kevin Parker, dichotomises the shame of being Australian and loving the environment. Daisy was filmed on the sacred lands of the Kulin and Nyoongar Nations in Western Australia.

Check out the video for Daisy below:


Sunday 3 March – Astor Theatre, Perth (All Ages)
Tuesday 5 March – The Triffid, Brisbane (18+)
Wednesday 6 March – Metro Theatre, Sydney (All Ages)
Thursday 7 March – The Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne (18+)

Tickets go on sale this Friday, February 1st.

Tasmania is out on March 1st via Spinning Top Records.