Due to high demand, Chugg Entertainment and Frontier Touring are excited to announce a second and final Melbourne show, plus a Sydney venue upgrade for 22-year-old Texas-born singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Dayglow.
Fresh from his Splendour In The Grass set on Sunday 24 July, Dayglow will now play the Metro Theatre in Sydney (show previously at Oxford Art Factory was sold out) on Monday 25 July at The Espy, Melbourne on Tuesday 26 July (sold out) and now a second and final Melbourne show at the Corner Hotel on Wednesday 27 July.
“I can’t believe how quickly these shows sold out!! Thank you so much guys 🌏✨ It’s been a dream of mine for so long to play shows in Australia, and it blows my little #mortal mind that these shows sold out in a country I’ve haven’t even stepped foot in yet. It’s going to be so fun and special ❤️❤️❤️ I’m moving up to a bigger room in Sydney now and adding a second show in Melbourne 🤝 MORE ROOM FOR MORE FRIENDS HELLZ YEA LETS ROCK AUSTRALIA!!!!!!”
Sloan Struble – the sole creative behind Dayglow – says that his second album Harmony House, which features hit singles ‘Balcony’, ‘Close To You’ and ‘Woah Man’, is a finely calibrated, carefully fussed over expression of encouragement for anyone who needs it.
Struble was born and raised in Texas, and wrote the first song he recorded for Harmony House, ‘Medicine,’ while still in his dorm room. At 22, he still writes, produces, records, and mixes all his music himself — in his bedroom, no less. That sort of sturdiness he strives for in his writing makes for timeless music, a quality Harmony House exudes.
Don’t miss Dayglow’s debut Australian shows this July!