Perth indie rockers Great Gable have shared ‘I Wonder’, the latest single to come from their forthcoming debut album ‘Tracing Faces’.
According to singer/guitarist Alex Whiteman, the lush, sprawling track captures “a snapshot of the first couple weeks of dating someone and not knowing how they feel”.
Great Gable recorded ‘Tracing Faces’ at The Music Farm in Byron Bay, with bassist Chris Bye citing the natural surrounds as a significant influence on the “overall vibe” of the record. Matt Corby and Alex Heriksson both handled production duties, with drummer Callum Guy adding that the pair “helped us bring out the best in our songs and really inspired us”.
Great Gable were scheduled to hit the road back in April, but they’ve since rescheduled those dates to October and November this year. Adding new regional stops in Byron Bay, Maroochydore, Hobart, Torquay and Wollongong, they’ll be joined on the road by Velvet Bloom and Jamilla.
Great Gable’s rescheduled Australian tour dates are:
Thursday 1 – Byron Bay, The Northern
Saturday 3 – Brisbane, The Triffid
Sunday 4 – Maroochydore, Solbar
Thursday 8 – Hobart, Altar Bar
Friday 9 – Torquay, Torquay Hotel
Saturday 10 – Melbourne, Corner Hotel
Sunday 11 – Melbourne, Wrangler (U18)
Thursday 15 – Wollongong, UOW Unibar
Friday 16 – Sydney, The Factory
Thursday 5 – Adelaide, Fat Controller
Friday 6 – Perth, The Rosemount