NEW SINGLE- ‘WATCH MY MOUTH’

Check out our new single ‘Watch My Mouth’, a teaser from a forthcoming third album,which we are pretty sure is going to be called, Judas.”

‘Watch My Mouth’ was recorded between the homes of co-frontmen Brent DeBoer and Bob
Harrow. It was written by Brent while he toured during 2016 with his “other band”, The Dandy
Warhols. It was mixed in Melbourne by The Dandy’s frontman, Courtney Taylor Taylor while he
was in town on a recent Australian tour as well as Union’s engineer Fever Holmes.

This year has also seen Immigrant Union sign a new management deal with Ted and Nikki
Gardner who also manage The Brian Jonestown Massacre, amongst others.
Judas, is almost complete and it’s going to be a fucking trip.
But for now, here’s ‘Watch My Mouth’
Immigrant Union- ‘Watch My Mouth’

IMMIGRANT UNION + PERCH CREEK CO-HEADLINE MELBOURNE SHOW @ THE CURTIN

 

It’s been a while since Perch Creek and Immigrant Union have played a hometown show. This year has seen both bands laying low whilst making brand new albums set for release in 2017.

They have decided to team up and co-headline their only Melbourne show this year, which has been on the cards for a long time, so this is going to be fuggin awesome. In celebration Union will also be releasing their new single ‘Watch my Mouth’. 

John Curtin 
Saturday 12th Nov 
8pm 

Special Guests TBA

Tickets available via www.johncurtinhotel.com 
10am Wednesday 12th Oct.

Support Bands Announced for ‘Anyway’ Tour

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Today here at IU camp we’re stoked to announce some of the bands we’ll be playing with during our upcoming ‘Anyway’ album tour.
Some really great and varied talent going on in this list. Can’t wait to get on the road. Tix available in the tour section of this website.

7 AUGUST – THE LOFT, WARRNAMBOOL
with King Evil
8 AUGUST – THE GRACE EMILY, ADELAIDE
with The Dunes
13 AUGUST – TRANSIT BAR, CANBERRA
with Young Monks & Capes.
14 AUGUST – THE LASS, NEWCASTLE
with Galleri and Ben Leece (solo)
15 AUGUST – OXFORD ARTS FACTORY, GALLERY BAR, SYDNEY
with Raindrop & Peel.
16 AUGUST – THE JUNKYARD, MAITLAND
27 AUGUST – LEFTY’S MUSIC HALL, BRISBANE
28 AUGUST – THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL, BYRON BAY
with Sunrose and The Delicates
29 AUGUST – SOLBAR, MAROOCHYDORE
with Moses Gunn Collective and Black Zeros.
4 SEPTEMBER – DAVID BOWIE LATE NIGHTS @ ACMI, MELBOURNE
5 SEPTEMBER – THE GRAND POOBAH, HOBART
with Aon Stalp and the Out of Towners

Support Bands Announced for Melbourne Launch. Tickets On Sale.

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Immigrant Union are very pleased to announce that Lowtide, Crepes, and Masco Sound System will be joining them for their Melbourne album launch at The Kelvin Club on Saturday the 13th of June. Cass and Elleice from Pearls will be downstairs DJing throughout the night. The Kelvin Club is a hidden gem in the city, a social club established in 1865. It’s what you might expect, wood paneling, burgundy carpets, large pool tables, lots of polished timber and brass, pretty classy, lets party. Get your tickets here

Immigrant Union Announce Album Release, New Video, Limited Edition Vinyl and Launch Dates

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Quite a lot happening today. Immigrant union are pleased to announce (finally) the global release of their album ‘Anyway’. Although released in the US last year, their second LP will be available to the rest of the globe from May 29.
Coinciding with this great news IU have premiered a new music video on Tonedeaf for their track ‘In Time’. Shot and directed by Brent and starring Bob the video is a stop motion diary in the day of someone at Soundwave Music Festival.
Also the records have arrive and available for purchase. You’ll find limited edition coloured vinyl copies of ‘Anyway’ with digital download and lyric sheet inserts in the STORE section of this website or head to our online store
Last but not least their Melbourne album launch will be going down on June 13 at The Kelvin Club. Supports to be announced.

Immigrant Union Announced for Kyneton Music Festival

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The Kyneton Music Festival was already looking pretty good and now just got better. Immigrant Union will be joining the previously announced lineup including Money for Rope, Little Bastard, Cherrywood, Laura Jean, Harmony, Ali E and heaps more. They’ll be playing on Saturday the 21st February at the Kyneton Mechanics Institute. Head to the website to get your tickets for two days of great music.
www.kynetonmusicfestival.com.au