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In the wake of their wildly successful tour of the UK and Europe and after commanding the masses to stand up and take notice at this year’s UNIFY Gathering, Pagan are thrilled to announce The Evil Eye tour.
The Evil Eye tour will see Pagan vehemently spit out selections from their critically acclaimed debut album, Black Wash. Pagan promise to baptise all who come to bear witness to their truly explosive and utterly visceral rock and roll ritual in volume and sweat. A procession that will see the band carry their cross to major cities and regional towns throughout Australia.
Pagan have also promised a second instalment of the ‘Holy Communion’. This party-cum-festival will be curated by the band to showcase a diverse array of their favourite local music. The full lineup and further details to be unveiled as soon as the stars align.
Nikki, Matthew, Xavier and Danny are all beyond excited to tell you all the stories they brought back from across the seven seas, and vow that Pagan’s homecoming dance is a dance you do not want to miss!
The highly anticipated full-length, Black Wash was released mid-last year and has taken Pagan to great new heights.
Black Wash has spawned three singles to date, fan-favourites Imitate Me, Silver and Death Before Disco; all of which have received regular spins on prestigious heavy music radio shows, including the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show and Triple J’s Short.Fast.Loud and The Racket just to name a few. Pagan also received rave reviews for their first ever headline tour of Australia last August, performing a string of wild and raucous ceremonies in celebration of the album.
“More spiritual experience than live music” – Hysteria Mag
Catch Pagan at the following dates:
Thursday 18 April // Crown & Anchor // Adelaide
Friday 19 April // Stay Gold // Melbourne
Saturday 20 April // Barwon Club // Geelong
Friday 26 April // Crowbar // Brisbane
Saturday 27 April // Vinnie’s Dive Bar // Gold Coast
Sunday 28 April // The Northern // Byron Bay
Thursday 2 May // Rad // Wollongong
Friday 3 May // Proud Mary’s // Central Coast
Saturday 4 May // Crowbar // Sydney