Birds of Tokyo are heading out on a whopping big tour which will encompass their final dates of the year. The show sees them heading out to play more intimate venues than you’ve become accustomed to as they prepare to head in to the studio to knuckle down to work on their fourth album, the follow up to last year’s double platinum self-titled effort.

The band will also be writing as a different line up, following the departure of bassist Anthony Jackson back in March. In the meantime, however, they’ll be earning some serious frequent flyer points and clocking up plenty of petrol station fuel card points as they traverse Australia this September and October.

Tuesday 6th September – Great Western Hotel, Rockhampton
Wednesday 7th September – Sugarland Tavern, Bundaberg
Thursday 8th September – Rumours International, Toowoomba
Friday 9th September – Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast
Saturday 10th September – The Hi-Fi, Brisbane
Sunday 11th September – A & I Hall, Bangalow,
Monday 12th September – Sawtell RSL, Sawtell
Wednesday 14th September – Newcastle Panthers, Newcastle
Thursday 15th September – The Metro, Sydney
Friday 16th September -The Roxy, Parramatta
Saturday 17th September – Wollongong University, Wollongong
Sunday 18th September – Batemans Bay Soldiers Club, Batemans Bay
Tuesday 20th September – The G, CSU Albury
Thursday 22nd September – Pier Live, Frankston
Friday 23rd September – The Forum, Melbourne
Saturday 24th September – Kay St Entertainment, Traralgon
Sunday 25th September – Eureka Hotel, Geelong
Tuesday 27th September – HQ, Adelaide
Thursday 29th September – The Astor, Perth
Friday 30th September – Studio 146, Albany
Saturday 1st October – Prince of Wales, Bunbury
Sunday 2nd October – Metropolis, Fremantle