Northlane have announced they are bringing their live experience direct to fans with the release of their new digital album, Analog Future, out March 16 via UNFD. That same night, Northlane will celebrate the release of Analog Future with a headline set at UNSW Roundhouse in Sydney.
Analog Future brings together the very best moments captured during the 2017 Mesmer touring cycle, with the track-list featuring songs recorded at shows in Brisbane an Glasgow to Buenos Aires and back. The first single from the release is “Citizen”, recorded in Melbourne on October 20, 2017.
Click below to listen to “Citizen (Live in Melbourne, Australia)”
To coincide with the release of Analog Future, Northlane will return to where it all began with an all ages hometown headline show at UNSW Roundhouse in Sydney. The setlist will showcase the very best ofNorthlane’s discography. Joining Northlane will be a line up of new and historic bands from the Sydney scene, including Justice For The Damned, Resist The Thought and DVSR.
Northlane guitarist Josh Smith says the Sydney show will be the band’s last Australian appearance for the foreseeable future: “Since Northlane formed, we have never been able to capture the rawness, energy and sound of our live show in a recording, until now. Analog Future is the product of the Mesmer touring cycle. Every show was recorded and we handpicked 10 songs, performed around the world, for this release.
“To celebrate the release of Analog Future, March 16 will also mark our last Australian concert for the year, and foreseeable future with a career spanning set at the UNSW Roundhouse in Sydney.”
Northlane released Mesmer in March 2017 with no forewarning, which debuted at #3 on the ARIA Chart and earned the band their second ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock / Heavy Metal album that same year.
Northlane – Analog Future is out March 16 via UNFD.
Analog Future Live
With special guests JUSTICE FOR THE DAMNED, RESIST THE THOUGHT & DVSR
Tickets on sale Thursday Feb 8th at 9am
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