G Flip
G Flip
Village Sounds presents

G Flip

with special guests
Lansdowne Hotel (Chippendale, NSW)
Wednesday, 12 September 2018 8:00 PM
28 days away
18 Plus
Music

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Off the back of a blockbuster performance at Splendour in the Grass, Melbourne based, multi-talented performer, producer and songwriter G Flip (aka Georgia Flipo) is excited to announce a string of headline tour dates in celebration for what has been an incredible start to 2018. 

Visiting Adelaide, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, the five-stop trip will be her biggest Australian tour to date. 

At the beginning of the year, G Flip shared her debut release ‘About You’ on triple j Unearthed. The electro-pop gem was then played on triple j the same day and received a Best New Music rating from Pitchfork. Amassing enormous global attention, the track went on to garner support from BBC Radio 1(Annie Mac), Beats 1 (Zane Lowe), NPR and KCRW. In May, G Flip shared her second single ‘Killing My Time’, a hook-filled pop statement that backed up the promise shown on her debut release. 

A whirlwind start to the year, Flipo has followed a non-stop schedule playing showcases at Brighton’s The Great Escape and Austin’s SXSW, a sold-out debut Australian headline tour, a string of UK summer dates, a Pale Waves support slot, and has recently announced a UK and EU tour during the latter half of the year which also includes a spot on the bill at Pitchfork Festival Paris

Most recently, G Flip smashed her Splendour in the Grass debut. Kicking off day two of the festival, she played to a hefty and adoring crowd. Met with a thundering applause at the conclusion of her set, she described the moment as 'the best day of my life’. Backing up from a stellar Splendour set, she then supported Superorganism in Sydney and Melbourne.