03 Apr

NORTHLANE have cemented their reputation as one of the biggest new Australian bands of ANY genre, following a massive ARIA chart debut of #3 this weekend.

The band’s second album Singularity peaked at #1 on the Australian iTunes chart mere moments after release, and record stores around the country went on to sell through their allocation of the album at an astonishing rate.

Singularity comes just 16 months after their debut album Discoveries was released to the unassuming masses, and the evolution of both band and audience in this time has been nothing short of dumbfounding.
Though Triple J heralded the band as up and comers when they included them in their Next Crop collection of artists “set to make waves in 2013”, few could’ve anticipated the onslaught of adoration this Sydney band has received this year.

Tickets for Northlane’s extensive Australian tour will go on sale this Friday April 5, and are expected to disappear quickly in the wake of the album’s staggering success.

Northlane are probably the single most buzzed group in the country right now, but you know what? Every hyperbolic statement surrounding this release is valid, because quite frankly, Singularity is a fucking beast of a record. The frightening thing? If this is what Northlane have delivered on album number two, who knows what they’ll be capable of a few years down the track.
- Blunt Magazine

First there was I Killed The Prom Queen, then Parkway Drive, then Amity. Northlane are next, not much doubt. The Northlane guys are an average age of 21 and Singularity expands on Australia’s alt-cultural identity more than any other release of its type in the past decade. This is fucking next-level. PS. Fuck.
- Hysteria Magazine

Like its predecessor in Discoveries (2011), Singularity has pushed Northlane into new ground, this time emerging as a career defining release. An early candidate for album of the year: Parkway Drive – you’ve got company.
- TheMusic.com.au

Singularity terraforms your face with riffage. It’s a joy to hear Adrian Fitpaldes championing positivity over negativity without being a lyrical cheese-wheel about it. It’s even more of a joy to hear guys being so across how important dynamics in heaviness are to creating actual heaviness.
- 9/10 Triple J Magazine

NORTHLANE
THE SINGULARITY TOUR
WITH SPECIAL GUESTS
STRUCTURES, STRAY FROM THE PATH and STATUES
Supported by triple j’s Short.Fast.Loud

Thursday 30th May – Tempo Hotel, Brisbane (18+)
GA Tickets on sale via http://weareunified.oztix.com.au and all Oztix Outlets

Friday 31st May – Eagleby Community Hall, Brisbane (AA)
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Saturday 1st June – The Annandale Hotel, Sydney (18+)
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Sunday 2nd June – The Annandale Hotel, Sydney (U18)
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Wednesday 5th June – HQ, Perth (AA)
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Thursday 6th June – Amplifier Bar, Perth (18+)
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Saturday 8th June – Fowlers, Adelaide, (LIC/AA)
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Sunday 9th June – Corner Hotel, Melbourne (18+)
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Monday 10th June – Corner Hotel, Melbourne (U18)
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GA Tickets on sale via http://corner.ticketscout.com.au Ph: 03 9427 9198

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