Tumbleweed hit the road again to play "Galactaphonic"
Aussie stoner favourites and Wollongong’s proudest exports, Tumbleweed, are off on a national Australian tour in August and September, playing the “Galactaphonic” LP in full for the first time, as well as a slew of favourites.
The band has re-grouped after the untimely death of bassist Jay Curley.
"Galactaphonic" came out in 1995 and critic Ian McFarlane described it as "an epic masterwork, a strident album full of fierce, booming metal-boogie and catchy, hard-edged rock'n'roll". Tour dates:
The Corner Hotel Melbourne
Friday August 21
The Manning Bar Sydney
Friday September 11
Rosemount Hotel Perth
Friday September 18
Fowlers Live Adelaide
Saturday September 19
Waves Towradgi Beach Hotel Wollongong
Saturday September 26