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The Church

by on August 22, 2022

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The Church will have a new album ‘The Hypnogogue’, their 26th soon, and dates around Australia to go with it.

On 1 September, The Church will kick off ‘The Slings and Arrows of Outrageous Fortune’ tour of Australia.

Thursday, September 1: The Astor, Perth
Friday, September 2: The River, Margaret River
Sunday, September 4: The Gov, Adelaide
Thursday, September 8: The Metro, Sydney
Friday, September 9: The Princess Theatre, Brisbane
Saturday, September 10: Northcote Theatre, Melbourne

The tour line-up features mainstay Steve Kilbey on bass and vocals, Tim Powles on drums, Ian Haug on guitar, multi-instrumentalist Jeffrey Cain and Ashley Naylor on guitar.

Kilbey founded The Church in 1980. Powles joined in 1994. Powderfinger’s Haug has been with The Church since 2013. Cain, formerly of Remy Zero joined in 2017 and Naylor from Even joined in 2020.


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