Melbourne’s euphoric pop quartet Crayon Fields are incredibly excited to announce their first ever proper USA tour.
After a brief trip to SXSW, LA and New York in March, the band are heading back in October and really hitting the road, playing up and down both coasts and stopping in New York for CMJ.
They’ll be playing songs from their two much-loved albums All the Pleasures Of the World and Animal Bells as well as a swag of new material. Some of the awesome bands coming along for the ride include Air Waves, Karl Blau, Magic Bullets and Reports. Check out the dates below.
They’ve also made a free tour EP available on Bandcamp, with previously vinyl-only B-side How Loved You Are, a live version of Pleasures track Graceless, a remix of All the Pleasures Of the World by Dan Block, and a surprise – a sultry cover of the Roxette classic It Must Have Been Love.
Some praise from Crayon Fields’ March USA sojourn:
“They were fantastic, and can really pull off the lush, late ’60s baroque pop sound of their new album” – Brooklyn Vegan
“A lush, swooning-inducing, summery set that stunned those in attendance” – KEXP