Birds of Tokyo headed into the Spotify office in Sydney recently to record this live acoustic session . You can check it out HERE now. Happy listening!
1. When the Night Falls Quiet
2. Broken Bones
4. This Fire
– BoT HQ
Birds of Tokyo will be heading to Karratha to perform at the Red Earth Arts Festival on Sat September 21. Tickets for the free event are available online from today with further festival info also available @ www.reaf.com.au.
REAF is running from September 6 – 21, with the festival visiting Karratha, Dampier, Roebourne, Wickham and Point Samson. The festival boats more than 20 national and international acts with Birds of Tokyo headlining the final night with San Cisco also performing.
While many of the events held during the three-week festival are free to attend, residents and fans must register online for the performances they wish to see. The full event program, including performance dates, is now available on the REAF website at www.reaf.com.au.
– Bot HQ
Karnivool’s new album ‘Asymmetry’ just rolled in at #1 on the official ARIA album chart today!
A huge congrats to the entire band and to our very own Ian Kenny! Bird of Tokyo’s latest album ‘March Fires’ also came in at #1 earlier this year, making Kenny the first singer to have two #1 albums with two bands in the same year.
Absolutely incredible result. Well done Kenny!
– BoT HQ