1. Valley (Canada) | Indie-pop four-piece announce headline Lost In Translation Australia tour this August

    Valley (Canada) | Indie-pop four-piece announce headline Lost In Translation Australia tour this August

    22 May 2023

    Frontier Touring are excited to announce Toronto-based indie-pop group, Valley will make their Australian debut this August in a series of East Coast shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Already wowing audiences across the US and Canada on their Lost In Translation tour, with sold out shows across North America - now it’s Australia’s turn!

    “We are so excited to play Australia because it feels like such a far away land to us. We’ve been practicing saying our “nourahs” and buying the highest SPF we can possibly find. We’re coming for ya AUS!!” - Valley

    The Lost In Translation Australia Tour will kick off on Tuesday 15 August at Brisbane’s The Triffid, with the band then performing at Sydney’s Factory Theatre on Thursday 17 August, before finishing up the tour at Max Watt’s in Melbourne on Friday 18 August.

    Frontier Members pre-sale commences Wednesday 24 May at 10am local before the general public on sale kicks off Friday 26 May at 11am local. Tickets via:

    Limited VIP packages available for all shows:

    Valley Listening Party (Meet & Greet)
    - Listening Party (2x unreleased songs)  
    - 1x limited edition poster
    - Early access to venue  
    - Early access to merch
    - Individual fan photos w/band

    VIP packages info via:

    Beginning as two separate bands and following an incident of being double booked at a studio in Toronto, Valley – Rob Laska, Mickey Brandolino, Alex Dimauro and Karah James - formed in 2014 and began discovering their musical style which ultimately became the melting pot of sounds that make Valley the unique alt-pop pro’s they are today.

    The band independently released a series of EPs and singles, as well as their debut album, MAYBE in 2019, gaining them loyal fans across Canada and North America. It wasn’t until 2020 that Valley had their biggest year yet. After the release of their first EP as a signed artist, sucks to see you doing better, Valley began to receive some well-deserved recognition with a nomination for Breakthrough Group of the Year at Canada’s most coveted music awards, the JUNOS.

    On a trajectory to global success, Valley released their next EP, Last Birthday in 2021, in the midst of a global pandemic; a time where people needed music the most. Taken from the EP, the track ‘Like 1999’ gained attention on TikTok which catapulted the band into the eyes and ears of music lovers across the globe as well as earning them their second Juno nomination for Group of the Year.

    Toronto’s alt-pop sweethearts’ - Range

    ‘comprised of four best friends in the midst of coming-of-age, navigating life and music in real-time’ - Ones To Watch

    Now, in 2023, Valley are entering their most exciting year yet. Having just released ‘Break For You’, the third track from their highly anticipated album, Lost In Translation, dropping Friday 23 June (via Universal Music Australia, pre order here), the band kicked off their Lost In Translation Tour of North America in April, with two sold-out shows in their home city of Toronto as well as sell-outs in New York, Los Angeles and Vancouver.  Lost In Translation also features the 2023 released singles ‘Throwback Tears’ and ‘Good, but not together'.

    Don’t miss out as Valley’s infectious melodies and captivating live performance grace the stage in Australia for the first time this August!

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