LAUNCH NEW DIGITAL SINGLE ‘AS NIGHT FALLS’ FROM THE MOVIE BLAME
AT REVOLVER ON
SATURDAY AUGUST 14TH
Blackchords are back in chilly Melbourne after a succession of dates over three months in the UK including Brighton’s Great Escape Festival and Liverpool Sound City Festival and are wasting no time in getting straight back into it with the release of their brand spanking new single ‘As Night Falls’ on August 14th @ Revolver.
Written for the new Australian suspense drama ‘Blame’ which was released at the Melbourne International Film Festival last week, the song is a beautiful, filmic track that perfectly closes the film.
‘As Night Falls’ will be released digitally next week through Valleyarm.
Blackchords will be launching ‘As Night Falls’ at Revolver on
Saturday August 14th with support from
The Hello Morning and Royston Vasie.
Tickets are $12 at the door and will kick off at 9.00pm.
MASSIVE NEWS: Blackchords have also been announced as one of the showcase acts on the One Movement Festival in Perth, October 7 to 10 so will be making their first trip to WA for the festival.
October sets to be a huge month with a residency locked in at the Grace Darling Hotel Thursday 14th, 21st and 28th and to end the month the band will open for Powderfinger and Jet at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl on Friday October 29th. What makes this even more exciting is that it will be Powderfinger’s last show in Melbourne on their last ever tour!
To say thank you to Powderfinger for giving the band the chance of opening for them on this auspicious occasion , Blackchords have put together a stop-motion clip that you will find yourself wanting to replay a couple of times. You can watch the 50 second video here – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmdbO3YfExQ.
“Soaking up everything from Nick Drake and Ryan Adams to The Smiths and The Cure, Blackchords ring out from their musical sponge of influences deep and reflective music that is at once arrestingly relevant as well as an antidote to everyday life.” – The Great Escape Magazine
“Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Blackchords are the new Radiohead” The Fly Magazine, UK