Collegians Ben Woolner, Michael Bell and Harry Sayers (Class of 2010) announce SAFIA Australian Music Tour
It’s a big day for electronic/indie pop band SAFIA and Collegians Ben Woolner, Michael Bell and Harry Sayers (Class of 2010), who reveal they’ll release their third studio album ‘A Lover’s Guide To A Lucid Dream’ this September, as well as hitting the road from October.
It’s a big day for electronic/indie pop band SAFIA, who reveal they’ll release their third studio album ‘A Lover’s Guide To A Lucid Dream’ this September, as well as hitting the road from October.
The band have also released new single ‘Float’, seeing the trio raising the bar as they head into album release.
“‘Float’ explores the feeling of yearning to more effortfully flow with life. It was the first song written for the album and remained unchanged throughout the entire process. We’ve only grown more fond of it over time,” SAFIA say.
‘Float’ is the fourth single from the upcoming album – fans have had tastes of what’s to come in the forms of ‘Falling Down’, ‘Today’ and ‘The Thing About Love’. Eight more tracks make up the album, set to be showcased during a renowned SAFIA live show, which will take the audience on a journey of sound and emotion. This will be the band’s first national headline run in four years.
SAFIA have accumulated more than 200 million streams, plus 700 million in China with their viral hit ‘Counting Sheep’. They’ve placed in Triple J’s Hottest 100 over four consecutive years, sold out numerous headline shows locally, and toured to the US, UK, Europe and China.
Fans can expect more new music, more live shows, and exciting things to come.
SAFIA 2023 Australia Tour Dates
14-15 October – Yours & Owls Festival (Wollongong)
27 October – Kambri @ ANU (Canberra)
3 November – The Roundhouse (Sydney)
4 November – King Street Bandroom (Newcastle)
17 November – Hobart Uni Bar
18 November – The Forum (Melbourne)
24 November – Burleigh Bazaar (Gold Coast)
25 November – Fortitude Music Hall (Brisbane)
1 December – Hindley St Hall (Adelaide)
2 December – Ice Cream Factory (Perth)
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