Ball Park Music will embark on their newly announced national tour to promote their new album.
Ball Park Music will embark on their newly announced national tour to promote their new album. Contributed

Ball Park Music to tour new album

IT’S a big week for Ball Park Music, with the band announcing the title and release date of their much-anticipated record to coincide with a national tour.

Their new album Every Night The Same Dream is an intimate, analogue affair, recorded on four-track tape with award winning producer and collaborator Matt Redlich (Holy Holy, Emma Louise, Ainslie Wills), which signals a positive follow-up to the hugely successful Puddinghead (2014).

Fans have been treated to two cuts from the new album, the epic Pariah and Nihilist Party Anthem, in the lead up to the album’s release on Friday, August 19, Frontman Sam Cromack said fans’ response to Pariah and Nihilist Party Anthem had been mind blowing and the band couldn’t wait for the release.

“We’re stoked. Our hearts are going to burst,” he said.

The band kicks off their tour at Splendour in the Grass in July, before visiting Miami Marketta on the Gold Coast and a swag of cities across every state throughout September and October.

“We’re champing at the bit to get back on the road and play a bunch of new material,” Cromack said.

Key Ball Park Music dates

  • Album: Friday, August 19
  • Tour: Begins July 23 at Splendour In The Grass
  • Tickets: On sale now. Visit Ball Park Music online for prices and dates


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