1. Loveless (USA) announce debut Australian tour - August 2023

    Loveless (USA) announce debut Australian tour - August 2023

    23 Mar 2023

    Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce the debut Australian shows by one of Los Angeles’ hottest rising outfits: alt rockers Loveless, who’ll head down under to perform three special East Coast headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in August 2023.

    ‘Dynamic duo at the forefront of emo’s next wave’–

    ‘Loveless’ music is a 2000s emo fan’s dream – sounding like a combination of the best bits of Thirty Seconds To Mars, My Chemical Romance and Evanescence – and Comeau has got the vocal chops worthy of the comparison’ –

    Less than three years since forming, vocalist Julian Comeau and multi-instrumentalist Dylan Tirapelli-Jamail’s remarkable ascent has seen Loveless make big waves in the US, the band signed to the same management team as Blink-182/Mark Hoppus, Simple Creatures and Hot Milk. Over in the UK meanwhile, they recently sold-out London’s 800-capacity Islington Academy in January 2023 and were heralded by the NME as a ‘Breakout’ band to watch a month later… now they’re headed to Australia, bringing their eye-popping live show to local fans for the very first time.

    Fans can catch Loveless performing at Metro Theatre, Sydney, on Thursday 17 August; The Triffid, Brisbane, on Friday 18 August, and 170 Russell, Melbourne, on Sunday 20 August. Tickets go on sale Tuesday 28 March via Frontier Members can sign up to access the Pre-sale, which starts Monday 27 March (see website for further info).

    With their fast-growing, loyal fanbase lapping up latest single ‘Worse Case Scenario’ and 2022 9-track EP End Of An era, the dynamic duo’s snowballing popularity is thanks in no small part to singer Comeau’s savvy use of social media. Loveless first exploded onto the Billboard charts with their emo version of Elley Duhé’s ‘Middle of The Night, while the group’s original pop-rock numbers quickly established themselves as a force to watch. Working independently at the time, Comeau used TikTok covers as a way to get eyes on the band, their pop-punk renditions of radio hits – think Lizzo’s ‘About Damn Time’, Billie Eilish’s ‘Happier Than Ever’ – seeing their fanbase quickly explode. Followed by their debut album, 2021’s Loveless I, and 2022 EP, Loveless now claim over 2 million TikTok followers, 1.7 million Spotify monthly listeners, over 200,000 YouTube subscribers, 5 million monthly streams on Pandora and over 300,000 followers on Instagram.

    ‘We are so excited to come see and play Australia for the first time, truly a dream to see all of you and it’s going to be an incredible run of shows! Love you, see you soon!’ – Loveless

    If you're a fan of the likes of bands such as All Time Low, My Chemical Romance, or just great music, don't miss Loveless live on stage this August! Tickets on sale next Tuesday.

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