Boris Announce Australian Tour For March 2012 -


Boris Announce Australian Tour For March 2012

by Andrew Tijs on November 14, 2011

in Live,News

Japanese masters of rock weirdness, Boris, book a run of dates in Australia for March next year.



The band were guests of the VIVID Festival in Sydney earlier this year, bringing their experimental stew of acid-trip sludge rock and nervous indie pop.

In keeping with their unconventional approach, Boris released three albums this year: New Album, Heavy Rocks, and Attention Please.

And, as usual, they go everywhere – from turbocharged pop to atmospheric rock to grinding fuzz.

Tickets for the East Coast shows are on sale now from, the venues, and your city’s cooler record stores.

Check out a good example of their eclecticism in the clip below.

Boris Australian Tour 2012
Thursday March 22 – The Metro, Sydney
Friday March 23 – The HiFi, Brisbane
Saturday March 24 – The Corner Hotel, Melbourne

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