Making the most of their trip to Australian as part of Strawberry Fields, NY two-piece Bob Moses have announced two extra shows, of the headline variety, kicking off in Melbourne and Sydney.

The habitual party starters will be spoiling Aussie audiences with immersive live renditions of select gems contained within their one EP, 2012’s Hand To Hold, and two full length albums, 2015’s Days Gone By and 2018’s Battle Lines. It’s not just punters who are drawn to the dynamic duo’s sonic alchemy, but the industry too – The fellas scored themselves a two cheeky Grammy nom for their 2016 opus, Tearing Me Up.’

More recently, the duo dropped a series of remix releases focusing around their 2018 crowd pleaser, Nothing But You.

It’s safe to say that the universe has absolutely conspired to ensure the wears of Bob Moses are heard by the masses. After meeting in school, partners in crime Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance just so happened to cross paths later in life, in the carpark of a Brooklyn hardware store no less, and both on their way to separate rehearsal spaces. Taking inspiration from Robert Moses, the mastermind behind NYCs iconic landscape, the combined visions and, well, all these years later, here we are.

As fate would have it, or perhaps more appropriately, as scheduling would have it, the fellas were ready and willing to combine forces and form the duo that would go on to grace clubs, theatres and festival stages the world over.

Strawberry Fields dropped their whole 2019 line up earlier in the year, which you can marvel at in it’s entirety here. The festival will be kicking off shortly after the below headline dates, on Friday, November 29th to Sunday, December 1st.

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Bob Moses Australian Tour Dates

Thursday, November 28th
Metro Theatre, Sydney, NSW

Friday, November 29th
170 Russell, Melbourne, VIC

Tickets on sale Friday, 30th August via Secret Sounds

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