It’s August – it’s time for Australian duo Hermitude to hit the clubs in Asia! By that we mean this electronic hip hop pair is set to kick off the Asian leg of their world tour soon.
Luke Dubs and El Gusto will be making a stop in five Asian cities later this month and early September, including three in Southeast Asia – Malaysia, Singapore and Bangkok.
Check out the pic below for all the stops in “Hermitude World Tour: Asia”.
|The five cities in the Asian leg of Hermitude’s world tour.|
In case that pic’s not loading, we’ve helpfully listed the date and venue breakdown for each stop below:
28 August (Wednesday) – TTN @ Hong Kong
29 August (Thursday) – Kyo KL @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
30 August (Friday) – Kilo Lounge @ Singapore
31 August (Saturday) – Beam @ Bangkok, Thailand
1 September (Sunday) – EDC Korea @ Seoul, South Korea
Tickets can be purchased at https://www.hermitude.com/asia
The world tour, which kicks off in Asia, also covers North America throughout September, New Zealand in mid-November and the duo’s home country Australia, also throughout November.
Hermitude recently dropped a brand-new track “OneFourThree” (feat. Buddy & BJ the Chicago Kid), described as a “hip-hop influenced summer groove, bending genres and bridging the gap between electronic music and hip-hop.”
The single will be part of the tracklist on their new album “Pollyanarchy” that’s releasing this fall. Other tracks include previously released singles “Stupid World” feat. Bibi Bourelly, “Northern Lights” feat. Soaky Sirens and Vory, and “Every day” feat. Hoodlem.
Check out their beat in this “OneFourThree” video:
(Photo source: Cole Bennetts)