NEIL FINN BRINGING HIS ‘DIZZY HEIGHTS’ TOUR TO AUSTRALIA IN 2014!
with special guest Joshua James
There aren’t many artists whose songs and emotive performances have infiltrated the hearts and minds of a generation of Australians in quite the same way as NEIL FINN, and in March 2014 Finn will return for a national tour in support of his new album ‘Dizzy Heights’.
The ‘Dizzy Heights’ Tour will follow the February 7 release of Finn’s third solo album - ‘Dizzy Heights’ - and will give the iconic artist the opportunity to showcase these new songs as part of his already extensive repertoire. Fans can expect to hear new songs like ‘Divebomber’ and ‘Flying In The Face Of Love’ interspersed with a catalogue of songs that are now intrinsically part of Australian culture.
Tickets for the ‘Dizzy Heights’ Tour go on sale at midday (local time) on Friday November 22.
Neil Finn said, “I have a long-lasting and unique connection with Australian audiences and want to make this upcoming tour quite special. It is an exciting prospect as I am appearing under my own name and so am able to bring out a personal selection of the best songs from all the eras of my musical life as well present new songs from the album Dizzy Heights.”
Finn gave fans a taste of ‘Dizzy Heights’ during a recent webcast to launch the album and this exclusive performance can now be viewed at http://youtu.be/M6rgSfeqZG4 Produced by Dave Fridmann (Mercury Rev, The Flaming Lips), ‘Dizzy Heights’ was recorded in upstate New York and the first single ‘Flying In The Face Of Love’ is released today. A stream of ‘Flying In The Face Of Love’ will be available later today on Neil’s official Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/neilfinnofficial
In a unique offer, fans also have the choice to pre-order physical and digital versions of Neil Finn’s new album ‘Dizzy Heights’ when purchasing tickets.
Special guest for Finn on all show dates is the uber-talented Utah-based rock and folk singer JOSHUA JAMES, about to release his first album in Australia ‘From The Top of Willamette Mountain’. James’ songs reflect a distinct American ache, while his sweetly hoarse vocal appears tremulously fragile one moment and soulfully-fuelled by a grunge rock drive the next as he escapes the traditional confines of the folk genre.