Current Tours, Live, Music News, Tours - Australian — April 27, 2013 at 12:00 pm

THE BREAK load up their interstate tour cruiser, ready to take their SPACE FARM on the road in May & June


Following an exceptional run of shows with Rodriguez on his recent national tour, including a star turn at Bluesfest, those fine surf rock gentlemen of The Break are donning their special issue tour space suits in readiness for a series of live dates.  The band’s first headline shows to celebrate the release of their second album SPACE FARM will take them through Melbourne, Cairns, Darwin and Sydney, unleashing their unique blend of driving rhythm, reverbed guitars, trumpet and theremin.

Released mid-March, SPACE FARM has been embraced by fans and music critics alike.  Featuring chants by The Gyuto Monks Of Tibet, various noises by the enigmatic Brian Ritchie, and a full vocal performance by Engelbert Humperdinck on a new version of his1967 B-Side ‘Ten Guitars’, it is truly a unique musical masterpiece.

Here’s what those in the know have been saying about SPACE FARM:

“An eclectic sound, the record has a strong anthemic feel delivering some well balanced and familiarly memorable tracks” – Tone Deaf

“The Break might be seriously good, but they don’t want you to take them too seriously, thus Space Farm is a brilliantly fun piece of work” –

“The results (as expected) are weird, but the good kind of weird” – Reverb street press

“Midnight Oil never had this much fun” – Michael Dwyer, The Age

The Break’s new album ‘Space Farm’ is out now – Catch them live on the following dates:


Thursday 30th             Caravan Music Club, Oakleigh RSL VIC
(03) 9568 1432   Tickets via –

Friday 31st                  Thornbury Theatre, Thornbury VIC
(03) 9484 9831           Tickets via –


Saturday 1st                Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns QLD
(07) 4032 6600            Tickets via –

Sunday 2nd                  Darwin Entertainment Centre – The Studio, Darwin NT
(08) 8980 3333             Tickets via –

Saturday 22nd            The Standard, Darlinghurst NSW
(02) 9660 7953             Tickets via –


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