News: The Grogans Kick Off National Tour Celebrating Latest Album ‘Find Me a Cloud’, Including All Ages Shows

Fresh off their triumphant UK/EU tour, The Grogans are revving up to unleash their latest album, ‘Find Me A Cloud‘, on their Aussie fans. With a slew of all-ages gigs lined up across Australia, alongside support from Bones and Jones, they’re gearing up for their biggest headline shows to date. Fans can expect a potent mix of nostalgia, raw energy, and honest storytelling – the hallmarks of The Grogans’ music.

Their fourth studio album, ‘Find Me A Cloud‘, signals a departure from their previous works, both in approach and inspiration. Unlike their earlier albums, which were often a mishmash of tracks, this one was born from a cohesive vision and a desire to explore a distinct auditory vibe.

According to the band, “It feels a little truer to ourselves and nostalgic than previous albums. We wanted to draw inspiration from the past whilst never trying to recreate it.

Packed with candid, relatable lyrics, ‘Find Me A Cloud‘ spans from raucous rock ‘n’ roll anthems to introspective, slow-burning ballads. Each track carries its weight, blending cryptic storytelling with infectious rhythms and melodies that’ll hook listeners of all types.

The Grogans are opening many of their gigs to under 18s, a move they see as vital. “Playing underage shows is something we find super important to us. Everyone deserves to feel and experience live music and we want to make it more accessible. We have all loved music since we were little so we feel it makes sense to provide opportunities to different age groups.

In addition to their successful 2023 tours in Europe and the UK, The Grogans made their mark at BIGSOUND 2023, Yours & Owls Festival, and even supported Ocean Alley at Spark Arena. Their calendar was jam-packed with headline tours across Australia and New Zealand, not to mention appearances at national and international festivals.

As The Grogans gear up for their anticipated hometown gigs and national tour, fans are, rightly so, buzzing with excitement.


Thursday 28 March – Freo Social, Perth

Saturday 30 March – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide (All Ages)

Friday 5 April – The Triffid, Brisbane (All Ages)

Saturday 6 April – The Factory Theatre, Sydney (All Ages)

Sunday 7 April – The Lansdowne, Sydney

Saturday 13 April – Northcote Theatre, Melbourne

Sunday 21 April – Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne (U18)

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