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Tame Impala's Last Show With Nick Allbrook In Their Home-town




Tame Impala's gig at the Belvior Amphitheatre was a buzz of awe as the boys perform to their home crowd of Perth, on Saturday May 18 for the last time with bass player Nick Allbrook.

The night opened with Melbourne-based support band Midnight Juggernauts, who are due to release a new album this year. The cold and occasional sprinkling of rain didn't keep the full crowd away from the same place where Nick performed with the band for the very first time. Tame Impala completed the stellar performance with 'Half Full Glass Of Wine,' then returning for a two song encore with their Triple J's Like A Version of Outkast's 'Prototype.'

It was at Belvoir the band claimed: 'So Nick plays his last gig to tonight. We're super happy for our bro Nick and wish him well in all his various... awesome artistic spewings and endeavours that he'll actually have time for now... Good on ya brah,' which led into the track 'Alter Ego.' The comment is supported via the statement made the following day by the guys on their official Facebook page: 'an attempt to assimilate back into society. A task the rest of us fear we will one day have to perform...'

Perth's Cameron Avery from The Growl, will replace Nick Allbrook.


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