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Sydney alternative metal outfit Fifth Dawn are taking to the road early next year with a string of three shows along the East Coast of Australia to showcase their new music and prepare fans for an album later in the year.

Their music transcends genres, enabling Fifth Dawn to appeal to a large scope of music listeners, with a cinematic underlying element adding yet more layers of goodness to discover.

With the band already planning new music and getting ready to hit the stage, vocalist Samantha Faul took some time out for a chat with HEAVY.

“We’re all very excited,” she smiled. “It will be good. We haven’t yet played a show in Brisbane before.”

We ask Faul to tell us a bit more about Fifth Dawn for those unfamiliar with the band.

We formed in 2015,” she began. “We were all quite young when we first started, so it’s been quite a journey. We’re very proud of the music we are playing. It’s definitely what we want to be projecting to the world. We get a lot of comparisons to Evanescence style, so it’s a powerhouse quality of vocals. We’re blending more heavier elements to our music as well, which is good.”

In the full interview, Sam talks more about the band, their most recent single The Day Brings and how that represents the band’s sound, a typical Fifth Dawn live show, what they expect from crowds live, taking Aurateque on tour and why them, the local support bands for each show, mixing cinematic elements into their music, new music and more.

Tickets https://qona.tourlink.to/closer

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