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Lifting their moniker from Pulitzer Prize-winning American author Don DeLillo's seminal novel White Noise, The Airborne Toxic event fuse cerebral lyrics with anthemic indie rock and soaring orchestral arrangements. Heading out on their first tour in five years, the outfit hit the road in support of their latest studio album Hollywood Park, released in early 2020.
Originally formed in 2006 by frontman/novelist Mike Jollet and drummer Daren Taylor, their roster expanded with the addition of classically trained violinist Anna Bulbrook and jazz bassist Noah Harmon amongst others. Over the course of six studio albums, the collective of talented musicians have consistently demonstrated their penchant for stadium-sized killer choruses and glorious melodrama. Hollywood Park sees Jollett distill his extraordinary personal journey, chronicling a childhood spent in an infamous cult, the poverty of his teen years and finding himself in a band.
Performance date: 20 October 2022
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