SLOWLY SLOWLY *Rescheduled to Oct 9

Friday 09 Oct 2020 7:00pm - 11:00pm


General Price
$34.7 + BF

(no booking fee)


Friday 09 Oct 2020 7:00pm - 11:00pm

"Hey everyone, 


By now you have probably guessed that we have had to postpone our 2020 RCB Album Tour. Our amazing team has rescheduled all the dates for later in the year (with a little surprise for our SA friends). All purchased tickets are now valid for new dates, you will get a confirmation shortly from your ticketing outlet. If you are not able to attend the new dates, you can safely sell your ticket on Tixel. Alternatively if you prefer to get a refund you can hit up your ticketing outlet for a full refund.


There are many negatives that you can take from this situation, but we have chosen to focus on the positive. Re-evaluate your lives, reconnect with silence, be present & see this as an opportunity to step off the treadmill of life. You cannot be lonely if you like the person you are alone with. Take care of each other & please, please, just stay home." 


- Slowly Slowly


After a watershed year in 2019, Melbourne rock favourites Slowly Slowly are kicking off 2020 with the announcement of their third album Race Car Blues. The follow up to their critically-acclaimed 2018 effort St. Leonards, Race Car Blues launches today with the reveal of the album's title track and music video, before the release lands in full on Friday February 28.

The album captures a formative period for Slowly Slowly frontman Ben Stewart. Where St. Leonards found him reflecting on his entire life – harking back to painful moments and trying to rectify them – this album traverses through a crucial 18 months of self assessment and development.

Describing soaring album closer 'Race Car Blues' in more depth, Stewart explains that the song was something of a "hard chat" with himself. The track and accompanying music video capture Stewart grappling with the incongruence between where he was at as a person and artist and where he wanted to be.
To celebrate the release of 'Race Car Blues' Slowly Slowly will hit the road across April and May on their biggest tour yet.