Current Tours, Live, Music News, Tours - Australian — May 8, 2018 at 10:56 am

BRITISH INDIA announce ‘Midnight Homie’ national single tour for May/June/July


Less than a year since the release of their latest album, the explosive Forgetting The Future, British India are thrilled to announce they’ll be returning to stages around the country in May and June on the Midnight Homie Tour that will kick off in Bendigo on May 11 and continue through regional and metropolitan cities in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, before finishing up at The Gov in Adelaide on July 6.

With raging guitars, seriously provocative lyrics and a palpable energy that confidently struts through the track’s entirety, there is little wonder Midnight Homie has quickly become a fan favourite on the album and the live stage. It was twisted alt-rock warlord Lou Reed who once said, “My week beats your year”, but British India have upped those stakes on their new single, touting, “My night is better than your whole life.”  Armed with the precision rock stylings of the new record, plus a bulging back catalogue of Australian live favourites – think Hottest 100 dominating tracks like Vanilla, I Can Make You Love Me and Suddenly – Australia’s most loved indie rockers are here to prove the snarling intention behind that arrogant claim.

The song’s themes are portrayed through striking animations in the Midnight Homie lyric video, highlighting career-best lyricism from vocalist and lyricist, Declan Melia; it is introspective yet has the relatability to resonate with the masses.

Watch the ‘Midnight Homie’ lyric video here

Forgetting The Future is British India’s sixth studio album and its innovative direction has been met with widespread applause, including leading the band to sign an international licensing deal with NYC indie label, AntiFragile. The LP debuted at #12 on the ARIA Albums Chart and previous singles, My Love and Precious were both added to high rotation on triple j, with My Love also scoring the most played track on Triple M in its first week.

Over the course of their impressive career, British India have earned four Top 10 ARIA albums, eight entries into the Hottest 100 and their classic single I Can Make You Love Me is accredited Gold in Australia.

Be sure to catch the legendary Melbourne rockers doing what they do best on a stage near you this May and June.

British India is Declan Melia (vocals and guitar), Nic Wilson (lead guitar), Will Drummond (bass) and Matt O’Gorman (drums).

Tickets to the national tour are on sale now.




Fri 11 May             Tap House                                       Bendigo, VIC                TICKETS

Sat 12 May            Pelly Bar                                           Frankston, VIC             TICKETS

Fri 25 May            Towradgi Beach Hotel                        Wollongong, NSW             TICKETS

Sat 26 May           Narrabeen RSL                                     Narrabeen, NSW               TICKETS

Fri 1 June              Newport Hotel                                    Fremantle, WA                   TICKETS

Sat 2 June            Badlands                                              Perth, WA                            TICKETS

Sun 3 June            Secret Show                                         Scarborough, WA                 SECRET

Fri 8 June             Sooki Lounge                                      Belgrave, VIC                      TICKETS

Sat 9 June             Karova Lounge                                    Ballarat, VIC                         TICKETS

Fri 15 June           170 Russell                                           Melbourne, VIC                   TICKETS

Sat 16 June          Barwon Club Hotel                             Geelong, VIC                         TICKETS

Fri 22 June           Miami Tavern                                       Gold Coast, QLD                 TICKETS

Sat 23 June          The Triffid                                             Brisbane, QLD                     TICKETS

Fri 29 June           Cambridge Hotel                                 Newcastle, NSW                TICKETS

Sat 30 June          Oxford Art Factory                              Sydney, NSW                        TICKETS

Fri 6 July                The Gov                                                Adelaide, SA                         TICKETS

???? There’s an adventurous complexity to British India’s latest that’s an exploration of their creative natureRolling Stone

???? Forgetting The Future manages to keep an emotional rawness which combines with the bands experience and skill to create an album unlike anything else, an emotional roller-coaster with a number of songs that have the ability to become anthems of a generationForte Mag

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