PublishedFri, 25 Sep 2015, 14:46
- The Australian label will host stateside gigs with Cyril Hahn, HNNY and SOPHIE, beginning this weekend.
Future Classic has announced a seven-stop tour starting on September 27th.
The Australian record label, which was featured as RA's label of the month a year ago, is widely known for pop crossover acts like electronic R&B star Flume and songwriter-producer Chet Faker. They'll hit the states with a rotating lineup that includes Classixx, SOPHIE, Cyril Hahn and HNNY.
The tour kicks off with a stop at TomorrowWorld in Atlanta on September 27th, then breaks for a few weeks before hitting Miami's III Points festival on October 10th. Next up is San Francisco, followed by an LA gig organized by A Club Called Rhonda, which takes place across three rooms at the Belasco Theater.
The crew will swing through Brooklyn for a show at Good Room then head back to LA once more before closing out their visit with a second New York stop, where Ta-ku will headline at MoMA PS1's Sunday Sessions event.
You can watch the tour's promotional video below and download a bundle of Future Classic tracks here.
Tickets for their Good Room event in Brooklyn are available on RA.