Owl Eyes Releases ‘Crystalised’ And Announces Tour

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Hot on the fashionable heels of her recent sold out “Mixtape” performance at The Famous Spiegeltent, Melbourne songstress OWL EYES last week released her first new song since the breakthrough single ‘Raiders’.

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‘Crystalised’, Owl Eyes’ new single, was premiered nationally on triple j last week almost one year to the day since the release of ‘Raiders’ and signals an exciting and confident new direction for the girl most likely!

Taking a short break between writing songs for her debut album Owl Eyes is set to launch ‘Crystalised’ on a short run tour of small, intimate venues on the East Coast and Adelaide. This will be the first chance that Owl Eyes fans will have had to hear some of the new songs, and possibly the last chance to catch the wonder of Owl Eyes in smaller, up-close-and-personal venues.

With a string of sold out shows over the past year, chosen by the Sydney Morning Herald music writers as one of Music’s “Next Big Things” for 2012, two entries in the triple j Hottest One Hundred and a Facebook fanbase that threatens to burst at the seams it is little wonder that ‘Crystalised’ is already garnering strong interest from a Goyte hungry international music community.

From this point on the rules have changed, and if 2011 was a massive year for the girl, then 2012 will surely be gargantuan!

What: OWL EYES – The ‘Crystalised’ Tour
When: Friday 18 May – JIVE BAR – Adelaide
Sunday 20 May – THE TOFF IN TOWN – Melbourne
Thursday 24 May – OXFORD ART FACTORY – Sydney
Friday 25 May – OH HELLO – Brisbane
Saturday 26 May – SOL BAR – Maroochydore

Tickets: www.moshtix.com.au

TICKETS ON SALE from 9:00am Thursday 5 April

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