Polyphia have announced their first Australian headline tour. The band will play Brisbane, Sydney and …
Polyphia have announced their first Australian headline tour. The band will play Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this June.
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“We’re all very excited to be back and are look forward to seeing all of your beautiful faces. Be ready to party!” – Scott LePage
Since their formation in Plano, Texas in 2010, Polyphia have made a name for themselves by blending intricate guitar riffs with hip-hop rhythms, bass-heavy trap music, and progressive metal & rock influences.
With three celebrated studio albums – Muse (2014), Renaissance (2016), New Levels New Devils(2018) – as well as two EPs and a handful of singles under their belt, Polyphia raised the game yet again with their new new and fourth studio album, Remember That You Will Die, which was released in October last year featuring collaborations with $not, Chino Moreno (Deftones), Brasstracks, Steve Vai & more.
Produced by guitarists Tim Henson & Scott LePage, the album also features production from Rodney Jerkins (Michael Jackson, Destiny’s Child, Lady Gaga), JUDGE (Migos & Marshmello, blackbear, Young Thug), the band’s longtime collaborator Y2K (Doja Cat, Remi Wolf, Tove Lo), Johan Lenox (Kanye, FINNEAS), and more on select tracks.
Their impressive catalog has earned them 650M+ global streams, 150M+ YouTube views, and international acclaim.
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Playing God, Ego Death and ABC
Polyphia is comprised of guitarists Tim Henson & Scott LePage, bassist Clay Gober, and drummer Clay Aeschliman.
POLYPHIA AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES JUNE 2023
Tuesday, June 27: The Tivoli, Brisbane
Wednesday, June 28: The Metro, Sydney
Thursday, June 29: Northcote Theatre, Melbourne
Tickets On Sale 9.00am local time Thursday, March 23