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Allday is heading back on the road

by Paul Cashmere on May 15, 2019

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Adelaide rapper Allday has new music and will pack the mic and head out of the road.

Allday is two albums deep with ‘Startup Cult’ (no 3, 2014) and ‘Speeding’ (no 6, 2016). The new song ‘Protection’ is from the upcoming third album ‘Starry Night Over The Phone’.

Joining in for all tour dates are great friend and collaborator Mallrat, singer-songwriter E^ST and musician-on-the-rise JXN.

Allday dates

Sat 17 August – Metro City, Perth – 18+
Fri 23 August – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane – AA
Sat 24 August – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – AA
Fri 30 August – HQ Complex, Adelaide – AA
Sat 31 August – Festival Hall, Melbourne – AA

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