Florida-born multi-instrumentalist Radical Face (a.k.a. Ben Cooper) has his sights set on Australia and New Zealand for the first time ever this coming May and June!
For more than a decade, in a shed behind his mother’s house, Ben Cooper embarked on an unprecedented musical journey. He created the intricate concept album trilogy, ‘The Family Tree’, which revolves around a fictitious otherworldly 19th century family. The trilogy came to a close with the 2016 critically acclaimed, ‘The Family Tree: The Leaves’. The final instalment is the most personal of all the ‘Family Tree’ albums, as Cooper’s personal stories meld into fictitious ones.
In 2017, Radical Face began releasing music sporadically. His latest EP, ‘SunnMoonnEclippse’, is a three-track masterpiece with visuals for fans to watch. This short unpredictable burst of music sees Cooper step into new territory and invites fans into his quiet, soulful and unforgettable world.
With over 80,000 million Spotify streams and three consecutive albums in Billboard’s Top 30 chart, features on major television series and films, the wait is finally over for Australian and New Zealand fans to experience the troubadour that is Radical Face live.
Friday 26th May 2017
Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC (18+)
Saturday 27th May 2017
Factory Theatre, Sydney NSW (18+)
Sunday 28th May 2017
The Zoo, Brisbane QLD (18+)
Wednesday 31st May 2017
Jive Bar, Adelaide SA (18+)
Thursday 1st June 2017
Badlands, Perth WA (18+)
Saturday 3rd June 2017
Tuning Fork, Auckland NZ (18+)
Tickets via http://selecttouring.com.au
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