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Dirty Three - Towards the Low Sun

Dirty Three - Towards the Low Sun

Dirty Three Reveal First Song In Seven Years

by Tim Cashmere on January 16, 2012

in New Music,News

Melbourne born, but internationally based instrumental violin-driven art rock band Dirty Three have revealed their first song since 2005.

The band are gearing up for a tour in support of what will be their eighth studio record Toward the Low Sun and what better way to get you excited than with a post-rock sonic cataclysm by the name of Rising Below?

If you want to have a listen, check it out by clicking here.

Toward the Low Sun will be available in Australia on 24 February, 2012 via Anchor & Hope/Remote Control. The track listing is:

Furnace Skies
Sometimes I Forget You’ve Gone
Moon on the Land
Rising Below
The Pier
Rain Song
That Was Was
Ashen Snow
You Greet Her Ghost

Oh, and if you’re keen to see Dirty Three play in your town, they’re hitting the road. Dates are:


9 – Astor Theatre, Perth, WA
10 – WOMADelaide, Adelaide, SA
14 – Powerstation, Auckland, NZ
16 – The Palace, Melbourne, VIC
17 – One Perfect Day Festival, Gippsland, VIC
18 – Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, VIC
21 – Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, Sydney, NSW
22 – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

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