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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The four-piece are hitting the road next month!

Image: Kyle Caulfield

Melbourne four-piece are back with new music, just in time for their forthcoming tour. The bands new single Nothing On explores how the past two years have provided a space for deep introspection and growth, whilst also mentally challenging, juxtaposed by bright, nostalgia fuelled sonics.

Speaking of the track, frontman Ben Stewart shares, “With this song I really tried to push the margin out on what is considered to be the Slowly Slowly wheelhouse. After I had finished writing the music I knew I needed something that was furiously addictive, but I didn't want to lose the depth of songwriting the band has grown to be associated with. I rested on something that had a few layers — at a glance it's frivolous, topical even, but I wanted to create the option to dive a little deeper for those wanting to listen more closely.

The four-piece are also set to hit the road this year on their Nothing On Tour. Kicking off at the Metro Theatre in Sydney on April 29, the run of shows will continue on to Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide, before wrapping up at Perth's Rosemount Hotel on May 21.

Last year, Slowly Slowly recently treated fans to a brand new collection of songs, with the release of their new album, Race Car Blues - Chapter 2. Serving as an accompanying piece to their third studio album, Race Car Blues, the new instalment completes the story that began on Race Car Blues, almost exactly one year since the original record was released.

Listen to Nothing On below!


LAST TICKETS Friday April 29 - Metro Theatre, Sydney Friday May 7 - Princess Theatre, Brisbane Saturday May 14 - The Forum, Melbourne Friday May 20 - Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide Saturday May 21 - Rosemount Hotel, Perth


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