After tearing up stages across America supporting London Grammar and longtime collaborators Run the Jewels, Until The Ribbon Breaks bring their high-energy ‘avant R’n’B’ to Australian audiences for the first time with a string of live appearances in Sydney and Melbourne next week.
It’s little surprise the Welsh trio was hand-picked by London Grammar to join the Eastern-leg of their SOLD OUT Australian tour – the two groups proved a forceful combination, winning over fans and critics alike at ten sold out shows across North America in February.
In addition to opening London Grammar’s Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne shows, UTRB will support Wet in Melbourne and play the Dew Process Label Party at Oxford Art Factory on Tuesday.
Described by the Wall Street Journal as being “on the verge of something bigger”, Until The Ribbon Breaks released their 11-track debut album “A Lesson Unlearnt” in January via Dew Process/UMA.
“A Lesson Unlearnt” was written and recorded in Wales, U.K, New York City and Los Angeles, and features a cohesive array of infectious tracks and equally impressive video clips, such as “Revolution Indifference” (featuring Run The Jewels) and the modern-day-bluesy number “A Taste Of Silver”.
In 2014, as well as working on their own album, UTRB caused frenzy on the road and amongst the blogosphere. They knocked over three sell out North American tours supporting Lorde, Phantogram and Delorean, worked up remixes for the likes of The Weekend, Sam Smith, Lorde, Phantogram, London Grammar and a feature on EL-P and Killer Mike’s new album ‘Run The Jewels.’
Moreover, their work has gripped the attention of the likes of NPR, the BBC and rave reviews from Pitchfork, Spin, Pigeons and Planes, Jay Z’s Life + Times, Fader and Line of Best Fit, and more.
UNTIL THE RIBBON BREAKS TOUR DATES
|07.03.15||Brisbane Riverstage||Brisbane||QLD||SOLD OUT|
|09.03.15||Enmore Theatre||Sydney||NSW||SOLD OUT|
|10.03.15||Oxford Arts Factory||Sydney||NSW||TICKETS|
|12.03.15||Hordern Pavillion||Sydney||NSW||SOLD OUT|
|14.03.15||Melbourne Festival Hall||Melbourne||VIC||SOLD OUT|