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New World Artists & teamtrick present

Tyne-James Organ - Melbourne

with special guests

Sunday 15 April 2018 (opening 4:00 PM)

at Wrangler Studios ( venue info )
8C Whitely Parade, West Footscray VIC

All Ages

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Due to an overwhelming response from fans, immeasurably talented, singer-songwriter, Tyne-James Organ announces the addition of three new show dates to his Watch You GoAustralian east-coast headline tour. After selling out shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Wollongong which are scheduled for later this month, Tyne announces he will be returning to Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne in April for some very special all ages performances.

Special guests NSW south coast four-piece garage rock band Pacific Avenue have just been added as supports for the first leg of the tour and tickets are still available for Brisbane. All ages tickets go on sale February 12th at 9am local time.

Tyne’s latest single, Watch You Go, which premiered on the airwaves via triple j ‘Good Nights’, and was added straight to the playlist, is a heart-wrenching and deeply personal song. A loving tribute to his late father Rikki Organ, who tragically lost his battle with cancer and passed away in November 2016. Tyne penned many songs over the last twelve months as an emotional release for dealing with his loss and grief.

This song means everything to me. Throughout writing, I never imagined anyone else would ever hear it. It wasn’t something that I wrote with any intent other than releasing the pain of loss I’ve felt. So, for it to be out in the world feels strange and incredible at the same time.”

The official video premiered via tastemakers Pilerats, who declared of Tyne’s future star potential, “Poised to be one of 2018's break-out stars”. The track also caught the attention of BBC1 DJ Abbie McCarthy, who spun it on Huw Stephens’ show.

The twenty-two-year-old, Melbourne-based, Wollongong born Organ, has built an adoring fan base by consistently releasing unique and captivating cover songs from the likes of Childish Gambino, DMA’s and Chet Faker, featuring cameos from friend and collaborator Allday.

Tyne released his powerful debut single, ‘In My Arms’ in late 2016 and went on to tour with his musical hero Lewis Watson as well as Allday, UV Boi, and The Beautiful Girls. Tyne sold out his 2016 debut headline shows in a matter of minutes.

All Ages