Track: Perth indie-pop favourites Dulcie return with new, sweetly amped single ‘tell ur friends’: Trio supporting Ocean Alley nationally, announce Lime Cordiale support show and headline date in April

Following some glorious indie-pop offerings in 2021, Perth three-piece Dulcie is riding that momentum into the New Year with newest single tell ur friends. The track, released just ahead of their Australian tour (supporting Ocean Alley from 9 Feb) is infectiously sassy, uplifting, and shows perfectly just how the group have evolved these past few years. It’s a galvanising moment for the trio, as they gain yet more confidence as songwriters and musicians.

tell ur friends  is about realising and appreciating one’s own self-worth, both in and outside of a relationship. Co-written by Dulcie and songwriter Chris Chidiac (Polarheart), the song follows on from the 2021 releases Sake of Sound and Ethereal, from their debut EP Sake of Sound. Tapping into a more mature songwriting style, the final result is captivating indie pop music that is still in keeping with Dulcie’s core sound.

“This song came about a bit like Frankenstein – with various bits and bobs picked from previous half-written songs and merged together with a song co-written with Chris Chidiac. It’s about that awkward “what are we” phase in a relationship and the inner knowing of your own self worth.” -Dulcie

Dulcie have gone from strength to strength the past two years, with a stream count in excess of 10,000 monthly, praise from triple j, triple j Unearthed, NME Australia and more, the group has been strongly establishing themselves as a pure force out of the West Coast of Australia. 

The release of tell ur friends coincides with a long-anticipated national tour with Ocean Alley and announced support of Lime Cordiale in April. For their hometown fans, they will also be performing a special headline date at The Rosemount, Perth in April.

Lock these dates in your diary and get acquainted:



Wednesday, February 9th Riverstage Brisbane
Thursday, February 10th Riverstage Brisbane
Friday, February 11th Nightquarter Sunshine Coast
Saturday, 12th February HOTA Gold Coast
Friday, 18th February Hordern Pavilion Sydney
Saturday, 19th February Hordern Pavilion Sydney
Sunday, 20th February Hordern Pavilion Sydney
Wednesday, 23rd February John Cain Arena Melbourne
Friday, 25th February Thebarton Theatre Adelaide
Saturday, 26th February Thebarton Theatre Adelaide


Friday, 8th April Fremantle Arts Centre Fremantle


Friday, 22nd April The Rosemount Perth
Tickets on sale February 4th

‘tell ur friends’ is out now.
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