Melbournian purveyors of funk and soul The Bamboos are embarking on a national tour at the end of this year as they prepare to release their new album, Fever In The Road.

Co-produced by John Castle, Fever In The Road will be The Bamboos’ sixth album, and is touted as a “genre-defying” outing that is “leaner and more muscular [than previous releases], yet upon closer inspection the tracks reveal themselves to be densely multi-layered in a ‘Wall Of Sound’ style”. Fever In The Road will be the follow-up to last year’s Medicine Man, which featured collaborators such as Kylie Auldist, You Am I’s Tim Rogers, Washington, Mark Ronson collaborator Daniel Merriweather, Aloe Blacc and Bobby Flynn. Expect The Bamboos to show off some of their new material when they play the Factory Theatre on Saturday November 30.

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