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Cable Ties Announce Aussie Tour in Support of New Album, “Far Enough”

Cable Ties have been kicking some serious goals over the last few years, and with their new album set for release, they’re hitting the road.

Melbourne trio Cable Ties are set to release their new album, "Far Enough", on March 27.

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Barely two months after signing with iconic US label Merge Records, Melbourne trio Cable Ties have announced a national tour in support of their forthcoming album, Far Enough.

After a number of years spent tearing up local stages, Australia’s Cable Ties have undoubtedly made some pretty serious in-roads to the American scene. Having signed with Merge Records for international distribution, the group’s second album, Far Enough, was officially announced last month.

Set for release on March 27, the record will arrive in the middle a busy period for the group, with live shows in the US, the UK, and Europe all planned for the coming months, while an appearance at Texas’ South By Southwest conference is set to showcase them to the wider industry as well.

Of course, while this month sees Cable Ties performing at a number of Aussie festivals, they’ve not forgotten about their home country, announcing a run of local headline dates as well.

Kicking off in April, the tour will keep the trio occupied for much of the month, with dates set for Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Port Kemblar, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Fremantle, and Brisbane across the coming weeks.

To make things even more exciting, the band have also accompanied this news by sharing their latest single, “The Self-Made Man”.

“The Self-Made Man created wealth through the exploitation of other people and abuse of public resources,” explains Jenny McKechnie of the track’s inspiration.. “He doesn’t care about the suffering of others because — in his eyes — he got what he deserved through hard work, and they have not.

“It is inconvenient for the Self-Made Man to analyse systems of oppression which he has manipulated for his own gain. Those things are just a distraction from hard work and getting what you want.”

Cable Ties are set to release Far Enough on March 27, with their national tour kicking off in April. Read on for full details.

Cable Ties Far Enough Tour Dates

Australian Dates

Friday, February 14th
Gaytimes 2020, Yarra Valley, VIC
Tickets: Gaytimes

Saturday, February 15th
Something Unlimited 2020, Darebin, VIC
Tickets: Eventbrite

Friday, February 28th
Vic On The Park, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, February 29th
Farmer and the Owl Festival, Wollongong, NSW
Tickets: Moshtix

Friday, April 24th
Waywards, Sydney, NSW
Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, April 25th
Servo, Port Kembla, NSW
Tickets: Eventbrite

Sunday, April 26th
Transit, Canberra, ACT
Tickets: Moshtix

Friday, May 1st
The Golden Wattle, Adelaide, SA

Saturday, May 2nd
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne, VIC
Tickets: The Corner Hotel

Friday, May 15th 
Four5Nine, Perth, WA
Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, May 16th
Mojos, Fremantle, WA
Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, May 23rd
The Foundry, Brisbane, QLD

International Dates

Thursday, March 12th
Zebulon, Los Angeles, CA

Tuesday, March 17th – Saturday, March 21st
SXSW 2020, Austin, TX

Thursday, March 26th
Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY

Friday, April 3rd
Glad Cafe, Glasgow, UK

Saturday, April 4th
The Castle Hotel, Manchester, UK

Sunday, April 5th
The Hope & Ruin, ​Brighton, UK

Tuesday, April 7th
Old Blue Last, London, UK

Thursday, April 9th
L’Espace B, ​Paris, FR 

Friday, April 10th
V11, Rotterdam, NL

Monday April 13th
Hafenklang, Hamburg, DE 

Tuesday, April 14th
Zukunft, Berlin, DE 

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