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Lifehouse Clock Up Seventh Album Before Heading To Australia and New Zealand

by Paul Cashmere on September 27, 2015

in Live,News

Back in 1999 when a band called Blyss released their debut album, they had only dreamed of selling millions of records and touring the world as rock stars.

It didn’t happen under the name Blyss but when the band changed its name to Lifehouse, that second album ‘No Name Face’ a year later launched them internationally and sold in the millions.

‘Hanging On A Moment’ became the Lifehouse signature song. It reached no 1 in Australia in 2000 selling over 140,000 copies and gave Lifehouse a Top 10 album down under with ‘No Name Face’.

‘Halfway Gone’ also returned Lifehouse to the Australian chart in 2009.

In 2015, Lifehouse returned with their seventh album ‘Out Of The Wasteland’ and the lead song ‘Hurricane’.

Lifehouse fans also favour Matchbox Twenty, Rob Thomas, Breaking Benjamin. Hinder, Shinedown and Of Monsters and Men, so it is rare to see an act of this calibre in the up close venues across Australia.

Lifehouse will tour Australia for Tombowler.


Sunday 11 Oct Metro City, Perth
Tuesday 13 Oct The Gov, Adelaide
Wednesday 14 Oct Tivoli, Brisbane
Thursday 15 Oct The Forum, Melbourne
Friday 16 Oct Big Top, Sydney
Sunday 19 Oct Great Hall, Auckland

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