Ultra-light San Francisco pop-rockers Train announce a quick Australian tour for June on the verge of their new album release.
The band are up to their sixth album, California 37, and are set to do just three dates around Australia to promote the record.
California 37 houses eleven tracks written over the last three years, including ‘You Can Finally Meet My Mom’ and their already-platinum first single ‘Drive By’. It’ll be released on Sony this Friday 13 April.
They’ll be joined by Frisco singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson, who hit platinum in the US and is nine albums into his career (including last year’s Modern Love which features the Sugarland collaboration ‘Run’).
Tickets for the Train tour go on sale next Monday 23 April from the newly launched Australian version of LiveNation at livenation.com.au.
Train Australian Tour 2012
Thursday June 7 – Opera House, Sydney
Saturday June 9 – Palais Theatre, Melbourne
Monday June 11 – The Tivoli, Brisbane