It has been a big few years for Fremantle group San Cisco since breaking into the charts in 2012 with their hit single 'Awkward'.
They garnered such an audience between then and their second album 'Gracetown' that by the time it dropped, it debuted at #2 on the Aria Charts and saw them embark on a tour of epic proportions both nationally an internationally through 2015 and 2016. Following that tour they spent the rest of 2016 having some downtime, and pulling together ideas for their next album.
Now, rested and ready to hit the ground running, they have not only announced a new album, but a massive tour too.
Their newest album 'The Water' is due to reach our ears on Friday 5 May, and will include singles 'SloMo' and the recently released 'Hey, Did I Do You Wrong?'.
Touring with special guests, they will be playing a massive twenty shows over six states and one capital territory. Boasting a new direction production-wise for the album and a keen interest to get back on the road again, there is plenty of reason to be crossing off the calendar days counting down to May.
'The Water' is available for pre-order from Friday 7 April, and tickets for the show go on sale at 9am the same day.
San Cisco Australian Tour Dates
Thursday 18 May – The Gov (Adelaide)
Friday 19 May – 170 Russell (Melbourne)
Saturday 20 May – 170 Russell (Melbourne)
Thursday 25 May – Miami Marketta (Gold Coast)
Friday 26 May – The Tivoli (Brisbane)
Saturday 27 May – The Spotted Cow (Toowoomba)
Sunday 28 May – The Met (Brisbane)
Thursday 1 June – Anu Bar (Canberra)
Friday 2 June – Enmore Theatre (Sydney)
Saturday 3 June – Uni Bar (Wollongong)
Sunday 4 June – Cambridge Hotel (Newcastle)
Wednesday 7 June – Club 54 (Launceston)
Thursday 8 June – Republic Bar (Hobart)
Friday 9 June – The Wool Exchange (Geelong)
Saturday 10 June – Village Green Hotel (Mulgrave)
Sunday 11 June – Chelsea Heights Hotel (Victoria)
Thursday 29 June – Prince Of Wales (Bunbury)
Friday 30 June – Settlers Tavern (Margaret River)
Saturday 1 July – Astor Theatre (Perth)
Sunday 2 July – Astor Theatre (Perth)