Confidence Man closed out 2019 on a high with their groovy track 'Doest It Make You Feel Good?' as well as making celeb fans out of U2 and Noel Gallagher.
Now, the gang's back for their first Australian headline tour in two years and ready to strut around the nation. On support will be hard-hitting synth sounds from Mickey Kojak and a fusion of house, soul and jazz from Tasmania's Close Encounters.
Confidence Man are also giving one fan and a friend the chance to win an afternoon with Janet and Sugar, with their 'Cocktails With Confidence Man' competition. To enter, fans need to register and purchase pre-sale tickets here.
Confidence Man recently received two nominations in the inaugural Australian categories of the NME awards, Best Australian Song and Best Australian Band.
Parading with their brand of dance pop in the vein of Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder discovering house music via Dee-Lite, the group arrived properly with debut album 'Confident Music For Confident People' and have spent much of the last two years playing festival across the world.