Ahead of their hugely anticipated debut album What Comes Next, wildly talented twin producers,Cosmo’s Midnight today announce a national tour, visiting major cities throughout July. Off the back of their latest nostalgic, house-leaning single “Polarised” and impending debut record, out June 15 via Sony/RCA Records, the brothers will premiere an all new live show on the tour, presented by Astral People, Maker Agency & triple j.Currently roaming the country on regional festival Groovin the Moo, Cosmo’s Midnight return in July - bringing a brand new set featuring live keys, percussion & guitars to eager fans around Australia. Launching at Sydney’s iconic The Metro Theatre on July 6, they’ll then head to Brisbane’s The Flying Cock on July 7. A week later, the pair venture south to Melbourne’s The Corner Hotel on July 13, before making way to Perth’s Jack Rabbit Slims on July 14, and capping off a killer run of shows at Adelaide’s Fat Controller on July 28. The pair will be supported by special guest and unique hip-hop upstart Genesis Owusu on all shows. A testament to the Sydney duo’s glistening percussion and bouncing bass lines, “Polarised” is a vibrant cocktail of weightless synths and blissful vocals from one half of the duo, Pat, appearing on What Comes Next. The track compliments the twins' recent string of triple j #1 Most Played singles, including “History”, “Mind Off”
feat. Kudu Blue and “Get To Know” feat. Winston Surfshirt. Collectively, they've amassed over 15 million Spotify plays.The striking visuals for What Comes Next were designed by Charlotte Mei, depicting Cosmo and Pat in their childhood room with their dog Koa. The album features a slew of Australian and international talent, including Tove Styrke, Winston Surfshirt, Woodes, Panama, Buddy & Jay Prince, who each lend their unique vocals. From Sydney’s Inner West to the world stage, Cosmo’s Midnight spent 2017 on an ambitious touring schedule, dazzling record crowds at home and beyond, including a standout performance at last year's Splendour In The Grass festival and their biggest international tour yet. The duo performed on stages across Asia and New Zealand, and closed out their world tour with a run of selected North American shows, including sold out stops at The Roxy in Los Angeles and Rough Trade in New York. Don't miss witnessing the revered duo in their element with a brand new live show this July, in celebration of their highly awaited debut album.