We’ve always maintained that Sydney based singer songwriter Andy Bull has something special. An old soul with a quality of penmanship that one doesn’t often find in the pop stars of now. And so it’s with great excitement that we welcome the release of his brand new EP called ‘The Phantom Pains EP’, out now.
It features six tracks which give the public a little taste of what to expect when Andy drops the full-length follow-up to his debut ‘We’re Too Young’. Better new still is the fact that he’s about to head onto the road to give his fans a taste first hand, announcing a series of live shows throughout October and November.
After appearing at the One Movement Festival in Perth in early October, he’ll play the support role for Clare Bowditch’s dates in Wollongong, Newcastle and Sydney, before performing five headline shows and making an appearance at the Queenscliff Music Festival in Victoria.
Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
November 03 : Brisbane (The Troubadour)
November 10 : Adelaide (Grace Emily)
November 11 : Melbourne (Northcote Social Club)
November 18 : Katoomba (Clarendon Guesthouse)
November 19 : Darlinghurst (Spectrum)