Sydney three-piece hip-hip collective have just announced their East coast tour kicking off in October.
The Get Busy tour is an aptly titled one. These shows will be Thundamentals first and only headline shows for 2012, with the band deliberately taking a break from writing their new album to reconnect with fans before hitting the studio. MC Tuka is also balancing the release of his 2nd solo album “Feedback Loop” and his myriad of associated touring commitments in and around that.
‘Just To Feel Wanted’, the first single from Feedback Loop, has already been added to triple j rotation with the album scheduled for an October release through swift rising Sydney collective hip-hop Big Village Records, a label Thundamentals members founded themselves with like minded Sydney based artist.
With 2012 rapidly pulling away, the Get Busy tour is Thundamentals way of making sure fans get at least one MASSIVE chance this year to catch them live, and they’re pulling out the big guns as a result. There will be a free MP3 of an exclusive new Thundamentals track with every ticket purchased for the Sydney and Melbourne shows and joining them on the road will be a full horn section, live visuals and special guests vocalists (inc Ev Jones who appears on Brother) to give the shows a one, all inclusive, festival in your loungeroom feel.
Hence, although it limits capacity, all the Get Busy venues were specifically chosen to facilitate this vibe. The upshot of it all is that the bands last headline tour completely sold out, Get Busy tickets are very limited and absolutely no extra shows can be added, so get in quick!
Oct 27th @ Gearins Hotel Katoomba, NSW
Nov 2nd @ The Basement 159, Geelong, VIC
Nov 3rd @ Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC
Nov 9th @ Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW
Nov 10th @ Sprung Festival, Brisbane, QLD
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