It’s been a whirlwind few months for Brisbane alternative/progressive rock outfit Guards Of May.
After releasing their debut album Future Eyes, embarking on an East Coast tour and performing at BIGSOUND, the band is now gearing up to support Aussie heavy weights Dead Letter Circus on their national tour.
Described as their “biggest tour yet,” the band says they are looking forward to travelling to different cities and playing to fans old and new.
“We’re super excited for this tour, I don’t think we’ve sounded any better than we do now. We can’t wait to play really loud to lots of people,” said guitarist Keita Neralic.
With killer riffs and melodies you can sing along to, Guards Of May are sure to impress when they perform their new music from Future Eyes onstage this October. In the month since its release, Future Eyes has already received overwhelming support from fans and critics, which Keita says is a huge relief.
“We put so much love into making this album and it’s so rewarding to see everyone get on board with it. It means a whole lot, we love our fans and the enthusiasm they’ve brought to the album.”
“To also see other people in the industry enjoying what we’ve made makes us feel warm and fuzzy, but we’re always striving to deliver something bigger and better.”
If the past few months are anything to go by, it’s onwards and upwards for these five lads who would one day love to tour the world.
“We want to tour everywhere! We’ve heard there are some great audiences in Japan, India, Europe and America. We’d love to reach as many people as possible. Aussie music represent!”
Dead Letter Circus’ National Tour w/ Guards Of May and 10 Years kicks off in Bunbury, WA this Thursday, 1 October and ends at The Triffid (Brisbane) on 24 October. All tour dates and ticket details can be found here.