British India

Melbourne rockers British India will kick off their upcoming national tour in Bendigo in May.

The four-piece released their sixth studio album last year and will embark on a 16-date national tour, starting at Bendigo’s Tap House on Friday, May 11.

The Midnight Homie tour will take in metropolitan and regional across the country before wrapping up in Adelaide on July 6.

The band will take their booming sound to several other Victorian shows at Ballarat’s Karova Lounge, Pelly Bar in Frankston, 170 Russell in Melbourne and Geelong’s Barwon Club Hotel.

British India is Declan Melia (vocals and guitar), Nic Wilson (lead guitar), Will Drummond (bass) and Matt O’Gorman (drums).

Their 2017 album Forgetting The Future debuted at number 12 on the ARIA Albums Chart and includes singles such as My Love and Precious.

They join an impressive back catalogue of favourites including Vanilla, I Can Make You Love Me and Suddenly – that have cemented the band’s status as an alternative rock staple.

Over the course of their impressive career, British India have earned four Top 10 ARIA albums, eight entries into the Triple J Hottest 100 and their single I Can Make You Love Me is accredited gold in Australia.

British India play Tap House on Friday, May 11. Tickets from