Originally released in 2001, the Platinum selling record is a classic in the Something For Kate discography. Without it, we wouldn’t have songs like ‘Three Dimensions’, ‘Monsters’ or ‘Say Something’ – come on!
— Frontier Touring (@frontiertouring) July 18, 2021
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Something For Kate will be touring Echolalia in full around the country this September and October, going ‘Double or Nothing’. Hitting Australia theatres this Spring, the band will be bringing two sets to fans: Echolalia and a second set of favourites and cuts from their latest record, The Modern Medieval.
Something For Kate haven’t been able to tour The Modern Medieval since its release in November 2020, so this national run will be the first opportunity for the group to unleash Album #7 properly.
“This will be a rare and unique Something For Kate tour,” the band has said in a statement today. “We can’t wait for these very special shows.”
Along with the new shows, Something For Kate have announced an anniversary vinyl reissue of Echolalia, that will be released on September 10th. The vinyl release will feature images from this era of the band, as well as a lyrics booked in Paul Dempsey’s own handwriting for the first time.
Tickets are on sale for the anniversary tour from midday local time on Monday, 26th July.
Something For Kate ‘Echolalia x The Modern Medieval’ Australian Tour
Pre-sale starts 12pm AEST Thursday, 22nd July through Frontier
General public tickets on sale 12pm local time, Monday 26th July
Friday, 17th September
Astor Theatre, Perth (All Ages*)
Saturday, 18th September
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide (All Ages*)
Thursday, 23rd September
The Forum, Melbourne (18+)
Friday, 8th October
Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane (18+)
Saturday, 9th October
Enmore Theatre, Sydney (All Ages*)
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