Posted by Jake Eldred
08. Sep, 2012
|September 14, 2012|
Later next weekend, when all your friends are talking about how amazing that Apollo launch on Friday was, do not try and join in with some vague comment about space exploration and how you’re so glad we’re going back to the moon again… You’ll look ridiculous. Because they’ll all be talking about the launch of the latest EP from the indie synth duo Voltaire Twins, and their incredible gig at the Grace Darling Hotel.
Part of a national tour to ring in their third EP, Apollo builds on an already stellar year for the band: festival gigs in the US and Canada, a West Australian Music Award for best dance/electronic act, and an earlier national tour with fellow Western Australians San Cisco. Come see why Triple J calls their latest track a gem, and for a synth-pop rumination on childhood and adolescence you won’t soon forget.
WHEN: Friday 14 September, 9pm
WHERE: Grace Darling Hotel, 114 Smith Street Collingwood
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