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Tasmanian entertainment machine Luca Brasi are headed to this side of the ocean next month to celebrate their latest album The World Don’t Owe You Anything with a tour of the same name.

It is an extensive tour by Australian standards, taking in Canberra, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney and Newcastle but if past tours and reputation are anything to go by we are in for a nationwide treat. Luca Brasi will be bringing the beautifully named Spanish Love Songs with them for the trek, promising nothing but a night of great music, laughs and good old-fashioned mateship.

Frontman Tyler Richardson joined HEAVY to tell us more.

“Yeah man, it’s nice to go and play places that don’t get got to as much as they should,” he smiled. “So it’s nice to go back to those towns. We come from Tassie and quite often back in the day we didn’t get all these tours, so it’s nice to be able to go and play them.”

In the full interview, Tyler talks more about their upcoming tour with Spanish Love Songs, expressing excitement about playing in overlooked towns and the significance of returning to their origins in Tasmania. He emphasized the need to mentally and physically prepare for the extensive run of shows, highlighting the importance of maintaining gig fitness and being mindful of looking after yourself. Tyler also reflected on the band’s journey in finding their musical identity and returning to creating music that resonates with them, despite the challenges of popularity and commercial success. He expressed his genuine excitement for live performances and his gratitude for the opportunity to be on tour, as well as their plans to start writing new songs and spending time with their friends from Spanish Love Songs.

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