Tulalah March Residency @ The Evelyn

Tulalah are excited to announce a return to the live stage in 2016 with a Monday night residency in March at the Evelyn Hotel.

Fresh off the back of the release of their album ‘The Flood’, Tulalah will be joined by some fresh faces and flaunting some fresh sounds. The 9-piece ‘Orchestral Folk’ group has garnered the attention of worldwide tastemakers such as Gilles Peterson, Kev Beadle, Toshio Matsuura and Jon Oliver; making an impression with their unique Australian sound.

Tulalah will be performing music from the album as well as new some new material as they prepare for new releases as well as upcoming tours.

‘The Flood’ is available via Equinox Recordings on double gatefold vinyl or digital.

“Such a great album, if you like Hiatus Kaiyote and you want it a little bit more acoustic, well go for Tulalah. A little bit Charles Stepney, a little bit Pentangle, a little bit folky, soul, jazz, fabulous stuff!” - Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 6 / Brownswood)
“Delicate somberness that moves you, but might have you curl up with tears if you’re already feeling melancholic. Everything—phenomenal and lush, like a moonlit garden or a movie score written by Jonny Greenwood (of Radiohead). And like a lucid dream we must stay wide-awake for Tulalah.” - Ariana Hwang (Next 2 Shine)


7th March ~ Up Up Away + Allysha Joy
14th March (Labour Day) ~ Tetrahedra + ISM
21st March ~ Hannah Cameron + Windari
28th March (Easter Monday) ~ Frida + Jeffers Limit

'The Flood' Out Now!

Our debut album, 'The Flood' is now available on both digital and vinyl formats! We are so excited to be releasing this through Equinox Recordings and launching on the 17th of October at the Shadow Electric in Melbourne.

A huge thanks to Georgina Jane Bendall for the beautiful artwork (grab the vinyl for the full 4 panels), Jono Steer for engineering, co-producing and guiding us through this process, Mike Gurrieri from Equinox Recordings for putting his faith in us and everyone that has seen us, bought a single or EP or influenced us through their own work.

Listen to the album in full or grab yourself a copy here: Tulalah - 'The Flood'