Starcrawler who are based in Los Angeles and formed in 2015 have will bring their unique mix of magic and mayhem to the Oxford Art Factory in Sydney on 20th July and the Espy Theatre in Melbourne on 23 July.
This will be the first headline tour of Australia by Starcrawler, made up of singer Arrow de Wilde, guitarist Henri Cash, drummer Seth Carolina and bassist Tim Franco.
“We’re really looking forward to coming back to Australia and are really excited to play alongside a bunch of other rad artists. We love it out there so much and can’t wait to play for our fans!!” said Arrow de Wilde.
Starcrawler will be playing tracks from their sophomore album, ‘Devour You’ as well as the single ‘Goodtime Girl’ which was released in 2020 and featured David Hasselhoff in the video.
Starcrawler have been praised by the likes of Shirley Manson and Elton John. They have opened for bands such as the Foo Fighters, the Distillers and MC5 and also supported the Growlers when they toured Australia.
The band are known for their outrageous performances with singer de Wilde (daughter of photographer Autumn de Wilde and Aaron Sperske) who is 6 ft 2in a focus of attention. The Guardian has noted that the band draws on bands such as Nirvana and the Stooges for inspiration with the Age and Sydney Morning Herald stating that, “Los Angeles natives Starcrawler could just be the hottest young rock band on the planet“
Tickets go on sale from 12pm on 10th February 2022 AEDT and are available from Frontier.