News: Holy Holy Gears Up For Australian Tour Following Latest Album ‘Cellophane’

Renowned Australian indie-rock band Holy Holy, comprised of Timothy Carroll and Oscar Dawson, are gearing up for an extensive tour across Australia next month in April 2024. Fresh off the success of their latest album, ‘Cellophane’, which reached #4 on the ARIA album chart, the duo is poised to enter a new chapter in their journey. Kicking off their tour in Adelaide, Holy Holy will then journey through major cities like Perth, Sydney, and Brisbane, with pit stops in regional towns such as Launceston, Kingscliff, and Torquay along the way.

Timothy Carroll, discussing the upcoming tour, expresses excitement about crafting an expansive setlist, incorporating new tracks from ‘Cellophane’ alongside special guests and revisiting old favourites. He emphasises the opportunity to explore creatively within the beautiful venues lined up for the tour, promising an unforgettable experience for both the band and their fans. With Tasman Keith adding his remarkable talent to the mix, the tour promises to be memorable. Carroll encourages attendees to dress for the occasion, highlighting the transformative power of music.

In celebration of the tour announcement, Holy Holy collaborated with Tasman Keith to release a captivating live video of their latest single, ‘This Time’. Filmed by Oscar’s brother Josh at Oscar’s studio, the video features an array of lights synchronized with the music, capturing the essence of the band’s live performance. Carroll reflects on the experience, describing how the song takes on a life of its own when performed live, offering a glimpse into what fans can expect from the upcoming tour.

Their fifth album, ‘Cellophane’, showcases Holy Holy’s evolution, as they break free from constraints and venture into uncharted territory. With anticipation building among their devoted fan base, the band is primed to deliver an electrifying live experience.

Australia Cellophane Tour 2024

Friday 5 April: Hindley Street Music Hall, Adelaide
Saturday 6 April: Astor Theatre, Perth
Saturday 11 April: Du Cane, Launceston
Friday 12 April: Odeon Theatre, Hobart
Saturday 13 April: Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Friday 19 April: The Tivoli, Brisbane
Saturday 20 April: Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Kingscliff
Friday 26 April: Forum, Melbourne
Saturday 27 April: Torquay Hotel, Torquay


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