After having a massive breakout year that included releasing their critically-acclaimed debut album, ‘Dumb Days‘, Tired Lion keep the good times rolling through 2017 with the release of a brand-new video for the album’s title track, and the announcement of a run of regional tour dates in 2018.

Dumb Days‘ was the third single to be released from the record that earned them a triple J feature slot, and the video for it is composed of footage from throughout their stellar 2017, including scenes from the recording of the record in Perth with Violent Soho frontman and ‘Dumb Days‘ producer Luke Boerdam, along with raucous footage from the national headline tour they embarked on earlier this year.

The video was filmed and directed by renowned rock photographer, Matsu.

Watch it below.

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Tired Lion will be hitting the road in early 2018, bringing the scenes in the ‘Dumb Days‘ video to regional towns and cities throughout WA, Victoria, Tasmania and NSW.

Tickets on sale Friday, dates and venues below.

TOUR DATES

TIRED LION
JANUARY
28th – Woodville Reserve, Perth [AA]
FEBRUARY
2nd – Pelly Bar, Frankston [18+]
3rd – Tap House, Bendigo [18+]
4th – Grampians Music Festival, Halls Gap [AA]
9th – Party In The Paddock, Launceston [18+]
10th – Workers Club, Geelong [18+]
11th – Untz Band Room, Hawthorn [18+]
23rd – Prince Of Wales, Bunbury [18+]
24th – Hyperfest, Midland [AA]
MARCH
1st – Uni Bar, Wollongong [18+]
2nd – Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle [18+]
3rd – Taronga Zoo, Sydney [AA]
—> Tickets available, Friday 24th November.
—> For more information, visit [Here].

TOUR POSTER
Tired Lion

If you are yet to pick up a copy, you can order the album now on CD and Vinyl [Here].

Give it a stream below.

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PHOTO CREDIT

Tired Lion photo by Matsu

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