Sydney metalcore band Northlane have announced their last headline show for the “foreseeable future.”
The band’s label UNFD say they will be taking a “deserved break” later this year to “rejuvenate and get inspired.”
“There is no Australian touring booked after Download in Melbourne in March, the band has a European summer festival run and after that nothing is planned as they have decided to take time away from touring. This is the first break the band has had since they started, which is a long time and we feel it’s very deserved.”
Before their touring hiatus, Northlane have also announced a new live album called Analog Future.
The ten-track digital LP features songs recorded around the globe during their 2017 Mesmer tour.
“Since Northlane formed, we have never been able to capture the rawness, energy and sound of our live show in a recording, until now. Analog Future is the product of the Mesmer touring cycle. Every show was recorded and we handpicked 10 songs, performed around the world, for this release,” explained guitarist Josh Smith.
This will be released on Friday March 16, the same day they perform their last show.
Their last performance is at the UNSW Roundhouse, Kensington on Friday March 16, 2018. Tickets are available at ticketek.
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– Written by Amy Seaborn