Godlands announces second tour alongside new Dim Mak Single

Godland’s is a proven professional at quenching the appetites of hungry bass fans everywhere. She’s quickly building a reputation as the Aussie bass queen that sends shivers down your spine with her unique brand of energy and vigour. After her debut Pleasures tour earlier in the year, Godland’s is back with an epic run of dates in Singapore, New Zealand and Australia. If that’s not enough for you, Godland’s has just revealed her first single, 2 Clips, with monsters in the bass music field – Dim Mak.

Godland’s has seen a string of successes with Hit Em Like This, Everybody Knows, Pleasures and most recently, Wild. Representative of what the Godland’s brand is all about, Wild showcased a gutsy energy, ready to strike fire in to the hearts of bass fans all over. Amongst the slapping drums and growling bass, Godland’s is always sure to hold meticulous attention to detail – an element which continues to set her apart from the crowd. Pleasures held more of a seductive combination of soft, synth-infused breakdowns and driving, bass-driven drops. With her love of fusing a hip-hop drum beat alongside some sweet cold-blooded bass, Godland’s is an innovative artist that’s simply a must see live.

2018 has been a stellar year for Godland’s, and it’s not over yet. Riding high off the raucous energy created in previous Pleasures tour, Godland’s is eager to get back on the road to instigate more mayhem. Wavering delicately between the realms of music and fashion, Godlands’ constant ambition to push the needle sees her effortlessly apply a cavalier vogue to her production, performance and aesthetic. An absolute force within the scene, Godlands commands the attention of anyone who crosses her path. This is only the beginning – the era of Godlands is well underway, with the best yet to come.

Tour Dates

22nd Sept – Lisen Out, Melbourne (sold out)
23rd Sept – Lisen Out, Perth (sold out)
27th Sept – The Foundry, Christchurch
28th Sept – Static Nightclub, Hamilton
29th Sept – Listen Out, Sydney (sold out)
30th Sept – Listen Out, Brisbane (sold out)
1st Oct – Listen In, Adelaide
10th Oct – DK Pool Club, Bathurst
12th Oct – Platinum Nightclub, Gold Coast
13th Oct – The Helm, Sunshine Coast
19th Oct – Chinese Laundry, Sydney
20th Oct – Carmens, Miranda
26th Oct – The Giddy Goat, Rockhampton
27th Oct – The Grass is Greener, Cairns
2nd Nov – Society Nightclub, Toowoomba
3rd Nov – This That, Newcastle
4-7 Nov – It’s The Ship, Singapore
10th Nov – The Grand Hotel, Wollongong
17th Nov – The Grand Tasman, Port Lincoln
23rd Nov – Bohemian Beatfreaks, Inland Byron Bay
24th Nov – The Office, Townsville
25th Nov – Schoolies Festival, Victor Harbour
30th Nov – Mr Wolf, Canberra
1st Dec – The Homestead, Hobart
7th Dec – The Brighton Hotel, Mandurah
15th Dec – Secret Show TBA
22nd Dec – Violet Vibes Festival, Coffs Harbour
Wed 26th – Dec Breakfest, Belvoir Amphitheatre, Perth
30th Dec – Northern Bass, Mangawhai
1st Jan – Eatons Hill NYD, Brisbane