The Fall Of Troy will make their way to Australia for three East Coast shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this July.

Since forming in 2002, this iconic experimental math-rock group has earned legions of admirers around the world, across acclaimed studio albums such as ‘Doppelganger‘ and ‘Manipulator‘ and influenced a generation of bands playing technically-minded music. But it seemed like the party was over in 2010, with the announcement of their disbandment.

Until, after five long years, this news dropped last year…

Well well well… How is everyone? We know it has been quite some time since you’ve heard from us. But we agree it’s about time we get together and play some of these songs that mean the world to us and invite anyone who wants to come.

And finally, this week came the release of a brand new album ‘OK‘ – for free, as a gift to their fans.

Dear listener,
This album represents hope; that things can be different, that the past doesn’t have to always weigh on the present. We give this album to you now for free, because we know that you deserve it.
Rather than try to squeeze every penny from people who have given us opportunities beyond our wildest dreams, we wanted to give you a gift, for all the gifts you’ve given us over the years.
If you would like to support us further, you can do so through donating what you see fit, or by purchasing a vinyl or merch bundle. We look forward to seeing you this summer.
With endless love and gratitude,
The Fall of Troy

You can get your free digital copy via their website [Here] where you can also purchase vinyl or bundle options.

And now, tour dates.

The tour will be supported by Melbourne’s Closure In Moscow, who will be fresh from touring with Coheed and Cambria. It will be the band’s last tour before heading in to record their forthcoming third album.

Also on the road is Sydney cinematic rock group Meniscus, on the cusp of releasing their second record, their first since 2011’s ‘War of Currents‘. After tours alongside Caspian, This Will Destroy You and Twelve Foot Ninja, the band will be ready to put on a show.

Opening all shows will be Brisbane’s Osaka Punch, whose return from the UK last year resulted in a sold out homecoming at The Zoo and new music in the form of ‘Stonk‘. Their fusion of prog, funk, math-rock and Zappa-esque quirkiness is the perfect warmup for this lineup.

TOUR DATES

THE FALL OF TROY
With guests CLOSURE IN MOSCOW, MENISCUS, OSAKA PUNCH
JULY
5th – Max Watt’s, Melbourne [18+]
6th – Manning Bar, Sydney [18+]
7th – Max Watt’s, Brisbane [18+]
—> Tickets available now.
—> For more information, visit [Here].

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