Recorded at the iconic Sound Emporium studio in Nashville, After Hours, Close To Dawn is set to be released on March 3rd and will the band's first recorded material since amicably parting ways with bassist Jeremy 'Mango' Hunter in May.
While lead single, "Creepin'" offers a suggestion the band have headed towards darker terrain, frontman Fergus Linacre explains that the new record further expands their genre-blending rock sound. "There's no direction we can’t take now," Linacre says, with guitarist Alex Laska adding that "Any perspective on what we should sound like has been thrown out the window."
Following the release, Kingswood will head out on an extensive national tour. Full run of dates and album artwork below.
After Hours, Close To Dawn Tour
Thursday, March 23rd: Sookie Lounge, Belgrave
Friday, March 24th: 170 Russell, Melbourne
Saturday, March 25th: The Gov, Adelaide
Wednesday, March 29th: The Cambridge, Newcastle
Thursday, March 30th: Wollongong Uni, Wollongong
Friday, March 31st: The Metro, Sydney
Saturday, April 1st: ANU Bar, Canberra
Thursday, April 6th: Miami Marketta, Gold Coast
Friday, April 7th: The Triffid, Brisbane
Sunday, April 16th: The Torquay Hotel, Torquay
Friday, April 21st: Discovery, Darwin
Thursday, April 27th: Settlers Tavern, Margaret River
Friday, April 28th: Prince of Wales, Bunbury
Saturday, April 29th: The Capitol, Perth