Luca Brasi have released a new song titled ‘Got To Give‘ ahead of their fast approaching national tour.

Following a mammoth 12 months off the back of the acclaimed album ‘If This Is All We’re Going To Be‘, the four piece have toured relentlessly. Criss crossing Australia with Violent Soho and The Smith Street Band, Asian and European dates, a sold out U.K. tour with Moose Blood and Pup, tearing it up at festivals like Laneway, Unify Gathering, Party In The Paddock and Festival Of The Sun all summer long, plus nailing their own wall to wall sold out headline runs; the band are in explosive form. With ‘Got To Give‘ we’re handed the first taste of their evolved musicality and knack for crafting a catchy tune with weight.

Comments vocalist and bass player Tyler Richardson,

The last year has surpassed any hopes and dreams we could have had, I can’t even express how stoked we are to get to do this type of stuff. People often tell me how thankful they are for the band, and how stoked they are. All I can ever reply is that from our end, it’s just disbelief and we’re more thankful for them than they could imagine. Got To Give is about that exact feeling, and needing that kind of support wherever you can get it. Being able to rely on the ones you need and love when things change is something I’m eternally grateful for.

The song was recorded with frequent collaborator Jimmy Balderston of Grenadiers in Adelaide, and mixed by Jason Livermore at the infamous Blasting Room (Rise Against, Descendents), Richardson says;

being able to share something new is always bloody exciting, and nerve-racking. Working with Jimmy is always a good time, he’s a total legend and always brings out the best in us. Having Jason at the Blasting Room then weave his own magic on the song is awesome. He and that studio have done some of our favourite work, so it was an easy decision to have him on board.

The band will be giving ‘Got To Give‘ its first live airing later this month as they take to the road on their biggest headline run yet, supported by Baltimore’s Pianos Become The Teeth and fellow Taswegians Maddy Jane and Speech Patterns.

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The tour is filling up, with limited tickets remaining and a number of sold out signs already up. Re-cap the details below.

Pianos Become The Teeth began their run with their 2009 debut ‘Old Pride‘ and followed it up with 2011’s ‘The Lack Long After‘. Their third album, ‘Keep You‘ saw them taking a brave step forward to craft a musical statement that truly transcends genres.

Growing up on Tasmania’s Bruny Island, Maddy Jane emerged with her single ‘Drown It Out‘ which landed rotation on triple j and becoming Unearthed’s feature artist of the week. Maddy Jane developed a love of music and songwriting listening to Paul Kelly and Courtney Barnett. She spent the better part of 2016 touring Australia supporting Tash Sultana, Montaigne, and playing a string of headline shows.

Speech Patterns are four Tasmanians who formed in late 2012, have performed with local and international bands such as Title Fight, Propagahndi, A Wilhelm Scream, The Smith Street Band and The Menzingers. After slowing down in late 2015 with an indefinite hiatus, Speech Patterns have returned with a fresh lineup that has once again sparked their passion to play for their own blend of fast melodic punk.

TOUR DATES

LUCA BRASI
With guests PIANOS BECOME THE TEETH, MADDY JANE and SPEECH PATTERNS
JUNE
22nd – The Gov, Adelaide [18+]
23rd – 170 Russell, Melbourne [18+] SOLD OUT
24th – Capitol, Perth [18+]
25th – 170 Russell, Melbourne [18+]
28th – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart [18+]
29th – Brisbane Hotel, Hobart [18+] SOLD OUT
30th – The Triffid, Brisbane [18+]
JULY
1st – Metro Theatre, Sydney [18+]
—> Tickets available now.
—> For more information, visit [Here].

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Luca Brasi photo by Kane Hibberd.

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