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Flight Facilities: Since arriving on the scene in 2009 this duo has proven to be one of the most constantly popular acts with multiple successful singles and sold-out tours worldwide, including headline performances at major festivals, Coachella & Falls Festival. Off the back of this success they have recently released debut album Down to Earth and are set to tour Australia stopping in Sydney for two shows following overwhelming demand.

Thu, Nov 20, Enmore Theatre

New Navy: Hot off the heels of a successful tour supporting Andy Bull, South Coast band New Navy are hungry and excited to be hitting the road for their own debut headline tour for their own fans. The summery pop-rock sound of tracks Zimbabwe and Heaven has seen the band garner positive feedback from both Triple J and Channel V.

Fri, Nov 21, Newtown Social Club

Young Magic: The pairing of Indonesian vocalist Melati Malay and Australian producer Isaac Emmanuel based out of New York are set to head down under with their first port of call to be Sydney. Having received high praise from BBC, New York Times and others for their debut album they now return with their second album Breathing Statues.

Fri, Nov 21, Oxford Art Factory

Jimmy Eat World: To celebrate the ten year anniversary of one of their most iconic albums Futures the band are returning to Australia. Futures is often described as the bands most emotive and mature album in terms of songwriting and composition. Following a highly successful run of festival shows earlier in the year fans have been clamouring for more and now the band will deliver.

Sat, Nov 22, Enmore Theatre

Waxhead: Following the release of their debut EP which incorporates elements of the early Australian rock scene, Pink Floyd and Talking Heads while maintaining a distinctly unique flavour the band will be embarking on a national tour which stops off in Sydney over the weekend. This is one for the true surf-rock fans and is sure to be a fun party atmosphere.

Sun, Nov 23, Frankies Pizza

New Oxford: Having spent the last two years honing their craft on Australia’s live music circuit the band then went away for six months to write and record their debut EP. In preparation for the release of the EP, the Sydney based band will be hitting the live music scene once again. The band will be joined by Ruby May on support who’s mesmerising and addictive acoustic music will have the audience engrossed in her intricate melodies.

Tue, Nov 25, The Vanguard