After playing to sold-out crowds in 2015 with the likes of Rüfüs, Hermitude, Carmada and Little Dragon, and on the back of upcoming UK and European summer festival appearances such as TheSoundYouNeed in Malta, and Ephemere in Tunisia – Kilter have announced a national tour hitting all corners of Australia and New Zealand this September.
HERMITUDE announce the biggest shows of their career playing Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion & Melbourne’s Festival Hall this November with guests Kilter
2015 has been career defining for Sydney duo HERMITUDE, their album Dark Night Sweet Light debuted at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart and has stayed in the Top 20 for seven weeks. The launching tour completely sold out, 10,000 tickets selling out in advance across Australia and New Zealand.
Review by Scott Singh
To welcome in the New Year, it was time to visit The Domain for an experience like no other for a little festival known as Field Day. Built upon a great line-up that blends international superstars with homegrown heroes, there is no better way to start the year than partying along to your favourite hits of 2014, with new and old friends.
With a blaring sun beating down upon a sea of hung-over punters, many took refuge in the shade as they checked out the earlier offerings of the festival. Unearthed winner Moon Holiday eased onlookers with her blend of wisp vocals and chilled tones.