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Birds of Tokyo

by Paul Cashmere on October 30, 2016

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Perth’s Birds of Tokyo released their 4th studio album ‘March Fires’ in 2013.

‘March Fires’ is the first Birds Of Tokyo album to not feature founding member Anthony Jackson who left in 2011. He was replaced by Ian Berney on bass.

‘March Fires’ became Birds of Tokyo’s first no 1 ARIA album and their first album to chart outside Australia (no. 36 in New Zealand).

Ian Kenny and Adam Spark talk about ‘March Fires’ with Paul Cashmere at Noise11.com

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