Australian psych project Tame Impala have just announced their first standalone Dutch show since October 2012. The announcement comes on the back of a stellar set at Lowlands Festival this weekend, which was in support of #1 album Currents. More details for the show, which will take place at the Heineken Music Hall on 29 January, can be found after the jump.
Tickets for Tame Impala’s biggest ever headline show on Dutch shores will cost 34 euros, and will go on sale from tomorrow (26 August). For more details, click here. The show will take place on Friday, 29 January at Amsterdam’s 5,500-capacity Heineken Music Hall.
The Kevin Parker-fronted psych project recently released brand new studio album Currents, which was also the first Impala record to chart at #1 in Holland. It was preceded by Let it Happen’s psych disco stomp and ‘Cause I’m a Man’s raunchy RnB groove, both of which saw Impala head down an electronic path. Back in July, we said the following about the record: “In Currents, Kevin Parker and Tame Impala are sitting on a flawless masterpiece. From the opening synths on Let it Happen to the fade out on New Person, Same Old Mistakes, Currents is faultless beyond belief”. Jack Parker