Music News — September 21, 2018 at 9:36 am

BIRDS OF TOKYO unveil brand new single ‘Unbreakable’

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“Unbreakable” is a summer anthem from the five time winners of APRA’s “Rock Work Of The Year” Award – Birds Of Tokyo.

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Appropriately this epic song of resilience has been chosen as the theme for ABC TV’s Invictus Games Sydney 2018 coverage. The internationally televised event, which happens in Sydney next month, will celebrate competitors from eighteen nations around the world who have served and been wounded in action in the armed forces. Birds Of Tokyo will also perform “Unbreakable” live at the official Closing Ceremony on October 27 at Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney Olympic Park, in front of Games Patron the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex. Tickets are available HERE.

Formed in Perth back in 2004 Birds Of Tokyo have grown from independent roots to become one of Australia’s most popular contemporary rock bands. Songs like “Plans”, “Lanterns”, “This Fire”, “Anchor” and “I’d Go With You Anywhere” have all been top 10 airplay hits and lead to appearances on every major festival in this country including Falls, Splendour In The Grass and Groovin’ The Moo. Over the years the band has had eleven separate songs make Triple J’s “Hottest 100” including the title track from their most recent album, 2016’s “Brace”.

“Unbreakable” is the first new music from Birds Of Tokyo in over two years and sets up a big summer of touring for the acclaimed group. More new tracks will be dropped over coming months as the band builds toward a new album which will expand on many of the lyrical threads they are unveiling for the first time with “Unbreakable”.

 

BIRDS OF TOKYO LIVE DATES:

SAT 22 SEPT             Sugar City Sounds, Mackay QLD – Tickets here

FRI 28 SEPT               Caloundra Music Festival, Sunshine Coast QLD – Tickets here

SAT 6 OCT                 Red Earth Rock Fest, Karratha WA – Tickets here

SAT 13 OCT               Get Your Groove On Festival, Sydney NSW – Tickets here

 

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