Airbourne have released details of the North American leg of their world tour behind their new album Boneshaker.
The spring tour, which is the Aussie rockers’ first stateside trek, will begin on 20 April in New York and wrap up on 23 May in Montreal. It also includes appearances at several major rock festivals, such as Sonic Temple, Epicenter and Welcome To Rockville. The band are currently touring Oceania with several stops across major cities in Australia and New Zealand, and will continue to Europe in autumn 2020.
Boneshaker is the Australian band’s fifth studio album and was produced by Dave Cobb. The LP is also the first to feature Matt ‘Harri’ Harrison on rhythm guitar, after the departure of original rhythm guitarist David Roads in 2017.
Airbourne were formed in late 2003 by brothers Joel and Ryan O’Keeffe. Their debut eight-track EP Ready To Rock was released in July 2004, followed by their first full-length album Runnin’ Wild in June 2007. Since then, the band have toured in support of Mötley Crüe, Motörhead, Iron Maiden and The Rolling Stones.
Watch the video for Backseat Boogie, taken off Boneshaker, below:
For more information on Airbourne’s 2020 North American tour and tickets, click here.