Having long shared a finely crafted pop sensibility Split Seconds and I, a Man will finally share a stage in August as they head out on a short co-headline run, which will take in Melbourne and Sydney. After a period spend co-writing with the likes of Gossling, Alexander Gow (Oh Mercy) and Dan Kelly, Sean Pollard reassembled the gang and returned to the studio with producer Steve Schram (Paul Kelly, San Cisco, Eagle & The Worm); sessions which resulted in a glut of material set to appear on Split Seconds’ forthcoming Neil Young & Dumb EP, alongside a collection of tracks recorded at the bands newly established Brunswick recording space. Picking up where radio favourite. Halfway There left off, new single Delivery offers a rawkus take on R&B rhythms and pitched vocal samples without losing focus on the importance of the underlying song.
Following the release of their debut album Gravity Wins Again in April, I, a Man are wasting no time getting back on the road to showcase the releases hypnotic and expansive twists and turns, leaving no doubt that that its understated subtleties are hard to forget. The shows will also coincide with the release of the clip for latest single Minivan, their third single from the record. In Melbourne Brisbane kitsch power poppers and ex Inland Sea, Yves Klein Blue and Go Violets; Babaganouj will support.