More than a year and a half after releasing second album ‘Feral’, RVG have announced they’ll play a long-awaited hometown launch show in Melbourne.
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Romy Vager and co. will perform one of The Corner’s first full-capacity concerts this year, set to take place on November 27. They’ll be joined on the evening by special guests Leah Senior, Enola and Kill Bell.
A press release describes the upcoming show as “both a celebration and a closing of the chapter that was ‘Feral'”. Tickets are on sale now.
RVG had planned to launch ‘Feral’ with a national tour throughout August and September of this year – including a performance at the Sydney Opera House as part of VIVID Live – but the run was cancelled due to a resurgence of COVID-19 in the country.
RVG released ‘Feral’, the follow-up to 2017 debut ‘A Quality of Mercy’, back in April of last year. NME gave the record four stars upon release, describing it as “the sound of a band coming of age”. It also appeared in NME‘s list of the 25 best Australian albums of 2020.