Celebrating the release of their prolific new album.
Brooding US rockers The National have revealed they’ll be returning to Australia in 2020, following the release of their recent record. The National will be performing three nights in Melbourne, two in Sydney and one night in Brisbane in March and April.
The band’s latest album, I Am Easy To Find, was unveiled in May this year, in addition to a complementary film directed by Mike Mills. The last time the five-piece stopped by Australia, it was following the release of Sleep Well Beast and tickets were quick to sell out.
They’ll be joined by LA singer-songwriter Phoebe Bridgers. It hasn’t been too long since Bridgers made her way to Australia, having toured here earlier this year. But in the last 12 months, Bridgers has collaborated with a fair few musical greats, including Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus and Conor Oberst.
Check out the tour dates for The National below:
Saturday March 21 — Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle WA
Tuesday March 24 — ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney NSW
Wednesday March 25 — ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney NSW
Friday March 27 — Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane QLD
Monday March 30 — Palais Theatre, Melbourne VIC
Tuesday March 31 — Palais Theatre, Melbourne VIC
Wednesday April 1 — Palais Theatre, Melbourne VIC
Tickets for The National’s tour go on sale Friday June 28 at 9am local time via Handsome Tours.