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Hungry Kids of Hungary announce The Everywhere Else tour




With one hell of a 2010 under their belts, Brisbane's Hungry Kids of Hungary will extend the reach achieved on their recent sold-out Escapades Tour and kick off their 2011 calendar with a string of summer festival dates as well hitting regional centres with specially selected supports in tow. They're calling it The Everywhere Else Tour.

  

To say 2010 was a formative year for the band would be an understatement. It was the year Hungry Kids of Hungary supporters have been waiting for - after earning their stripes relentlessly treading the touring trail around the country and, for the first time, across the globe, they finally delivered their exceptional debut album Escapades.

  

HKoH's busy schedule since their inception in early 2009 has certainly started to pay off - single ‘ Coming Around' laced alternative and commercial radio and TV nationwide while the album as a whole cemented the band as one of the country's finest up and comers showcasing the band's inherent skill for infectious hooks while ushering in the promised maturity of the sound. Upon its release it was awarded triple j Feature Album in October, entered the ARIA Album Chart at #23 (and #4 on the iTunes Chart) and is already garnering international attention.

  

HUNGRY KIDS OF HUNGARY THE EVERYWHERE ELSE TOUR

  

Saturday, 22 January - Hot BBQ, Port Nepean Tuesday, 25 January - Brass Monkey, Cronulla Thursday, 27 January - Baroque, Katoomba Friday, 28 January - Mona Vale Hotel, Mona Vale Saturday, 29 January - Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor Thursday, 3 February - Joes Waterhole, Eumundi Friday, 4 February - Laneway Festival, Brisbane Saturday, 5 February - Hoey Moey, Coffs Harbour Friday, 11 February - Western Port Hotel, San Remo Saturday, 12 February - The Loft, Warnambool Sunday, 13 February - St Kilda Festival, Melbourne Friday, 18 February - Playground Weekender Saturday, 19 February - Good Vibrations, Gold Coast

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