LINCOLN LEFEVRE & The Insiders REVEAL TOUR DATES
NEW LP ‘COME UNDONE’ OUT FRIDAY JULY 21
Lincoln le Fevre & the Insiders will play a collection of shows this August in celebration of the release of new LP Come Undone, which arrives this Friday July 21 courtesy of Poison City Records.
The Insiders are enjoying a warm reception to lead single Undone – a gorgeous yet gritty singalong punctuated by le Fevre’s caramel vocals- which was recently added to rotation on Double J. The new album was lent some Aussie rock chops via producer Mike Deslandes but amongst the rock roots still boasts of the warmest songwriting to emerge from south of the ‘Strait in years.
A triumph of Aussie storytelling, Come Undone will make for fantastic singalong fodder come August. Don’t miss Lincoln le Fevre and The Insiders at your local.
LINCOLN LE FEVRE- ‘COME UNDONE’
OUT VIA POISON CITY RECORDS
ON JULY 21
LINCOLN LE FEVRE SHOW DATES:
August 4- Crowbar, BRISBANE
August 18- The Gasometer, MELBOURNE
August 25- Republic Bar, HOBART
August 26- Royal Oak, LAUNCESTON
September 8- Transit Bar, CANBERRA
September 9- Lass O’Gowrie, NEWCASTLE
In the depths of a South Hobart winter some ten years ago, Lincoln le Fevre & the Insiders started writing songs that would soon become 2008’s debut album 30-Watt Heart. The band quickly cultivated a local and national following with le Fevre’s unique kind of bullshit-free punk-country storytelling, equally capable of airpunching singalongs and crowd-silencing emotion.
If 2012’s album Resonation was a masterful exercise in emo-country, dwelling on life in a small-time town, then this year’s upcoming release Come Undone is a supercharged record on what’s left on leaving. This July, The Insiders are set to introduce a bunch of these new tracks recorded in late 2016 with producer Mike Deslandes (The Nation Blue, Hoodlum Shouts) at the controls.
Lincoln le Fevre has toured extensively both with the band, and as a solo artist, most recently playing punk-rock mega festival The Fest in Florida, USA, and coming home to his signature ‘couch residency’ to capacity audiences.
“[le Fevre] is anything but still onstage as he croons and hollers over love lost, friends ditched, and beers spilled through the ages of bars and pubs. With a voice somewhat contrarily as smooth as whiskey, it’s easy to see why most have put down their drinks to soak up the sounds by the time he’s finished.” – themusic.com.au
“Le Fevre is powerful vocalist, but what really makes him stand out is what he has to say. His tales and observations are bravely worded and ring as genuine and personal.” – Rhythms Magazine