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Engine (previously Engine Three Seven), embark on their Torn Asunder summer tour this month, playing three shows back to back this coming Australia Day weekend.
After two successful EP releases, E37 (2008) and Atmosphere (2010), Engine are on the verge of releasing their first full-length album, and are taking their new material for a test run with shows in Brisbane, Coolangatta and Lennox Head.

This Friday sees the band team up with a huge lineup of some of Brisbane’s finest including The Given Things, Forever The Optimist, Far From Paris and Shadowgame (Melbourne) at the Transcontinental Hotel.

Saturday they will open for The Butterfly Effect and HELM at the Coolangatta Hotel for a massive Aus Day Eve show as part of TBE’s Eyes Down tour, and on Australia Day Sunday, Engine will headline their own show at the Lennox Hotel with support from Hammers and Shadowgame (Melbourne).

Catch one of Australia’s most dynamic live bands doing what they do best this Australia Day weekend as part of their Torn Asunder summer tour.

Tickets:

Friday January 24 – Transcontinental Hotel, Brisbane – Tickets $15 on the door

Saturday January 25 – The Coolangatta Hotel, Gold Coast – Tickets $34.70+BF

Sunday January 26 – The Lennox Hotel, Lennox Head – Free Entry

See their YouTube clip here.

Find this and many other great gigs in Echonetdaily’s North Coast Gig Guide.


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