Elliot The Bull Announce Spring Tour

Elliot The Bull
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It looks like we’ve stumbled accross Central Coast folk-rock four piece Elliot The Bull at just the right time – having just come back from a stint overseas the band have just launched into a massive East Coast tour. Blending elements of folk, pop, rock and post-punk these guys write anthemic music that would definitely go down well with the readers of Timber and Steel, and not just because they play the mandolin.

Check out their latest clip “Cup Of Nestor” for a taster of Elliot The Bull:

Elliot The Bull have already started their East Coast tour with shows around Sydney and the Central Coast last week – but never fear as you have plenty of chances to see them between now and November. The remaining list of dates for their Spring tour are below:

Thursday 20th September – Ravesis, Bondi, NSW
Friday 21st September – Lizottes, Central Coast, NSW
Friday 28th September – Revolver, Melbourne, VIC
Saturday 29th September – The Empress, Melbourne, VIC
Thursday 4th October – Beer Garden, Surfers Paradise, QLD
Saturday 6th October – Rics Bar, Brisbane, QLD
Friday 19th October – Burdekin Upstairs, Sydney, NSW
Friday 26th October – The Lass, Newcastle, NSW
Saturday 27th October – The Patch, Wollongong, NSW
Sunday 28th October – Old Manly Boat Shed, Manly, NSW
Saturday 10th November – Phoenix Bar, Canberra, ACT
Sunday 11th November – The Lansdowne Hotel, Sydney NSW

1 Comment

  1. September 21, 2012 at 15:22

    […] – Elliot The Bull have a massive tour throughout the east coast planned this spring. Details here […]

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