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Glass Beams (AUS)
June, 2024
Sunday Jun 16, 2024 - Brisbane, Felons Barrel Hall (Seasonal Fruit)
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Thursday Jun 20, 2024 - Sydney, Factory Theatre (SOLD OUT)
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Friday Jun 21, 2024 - Sydney, Factory Theatre (SOLD OUT)
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Saturday Jun 22, 2024 - Adelaide, Lion Arts Factory
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Wednesday Jun 26, 2024 - Melbourne, 170 Russell (SOLD OUT)
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Friday Jun 28, 2024 - Melbourne, 170 Russell (SOLD OUT)
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Saturday Jun 29, 2024 - Perth, The Rechabite (SOLD OUT)
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Astral People and Handsome Tours present Glass Beams. 

Since announcing their ‘Mahal’ EP a little over 4 weeks ago, things have shown little sign of slowing down for enigmatic trio Glass Beams. The titular lead single has been streamed more than 6 million times, with 2.4 million plays and counting on their ‘Mahal (Live)’ performance video, and an ever-climbing peak of over 1 million monthly listeners and counting across Spotify. Teaser clips of unreleased music from the EP garnered multiple millions of organic views, and saw their social media followings increase exponentially, adding almost half a million new followers on Instagram alone — an incredible feat considering they had a few thousand followers only months ago.

In this same period they also announced — and subsequently sold-out — two back-to-back nights at London’s 700-capacity Earth Theatre, the second of which happened just 2 minutes after going on sale. Their upcoming headline European dates are also completely sold-out, following several venue upgrades and extra shows added due to demand. It’s a similar story on their subsequent North American tour, with many shows like Seattle, San Francisco, Vancouver and Denver sold-out, and numerous venue upgrades and additional nights added, with their NYC show now taking place at the 3K-capacity Knockdown Center.

In the wake of the unexpected success of their debut release and an abundance of festival invitations, Glass Beams were amplified around the globe performing hypnotic renditions of the 'Mirage' EP alongside an additional 20 minutes of unreleased music. Early clips of these “unreleased tracks” quickly began circulating online garnering millions of views and a fast-growing and ever-hungry following. As 2023 drew to a close and the dust settled after a whirlwind of touring,Glass Beams retreated to their home studio to record this much anticipated 20 minutes of music. They have named the record 'Mahal'. 

Now it's Australia's turn, Glass Beams will bring their live show to Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth this June!

These will fly, so get in quick!