As if this year hasn’t been heavily tour laden enough, Holy Holy has announced their A Heroine national tour for next January, kicking off in Sydney at Oxford Art Factory on the 15th,  and finishing up at the Triffid in Brisbane on January 30.

They’re also giving away a free track to everyone who buys a ticket to one of the shows, an album, or a piece of merch between now and the beginning of the tour. The song is called The Constitution and was an original contender for the acclaimed When The Storms Would Come album.

Why would the band stop now? With a top notch endorsement from Liam Gallagher who showed up recently at their sold-out London show,  declaring them to be “the best band I’ve seen in years”, the band were incredibly honoured to meet him, and is it any wonder that they refuse to stay still? This is it!

Joining Holy Holy on the A Heroine tour will be Australian synth-pop starlet, Olympia and Canadian alternative folk pop band, The Franklin Electric.

Holy Holy is fronted by the songwriting team, vocalist/composer Timothy Carroll and guitarist/composer Oscar Dawson. They are joined on the road by permanent drummer Ryan Strathie, Graham Ritchie & their producer Matt redlich on keys.

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HOLY HOLY ‘A Heroine’ Australian Tour

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