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Killing Heidi have announced their first headline tour in more than a decade and it hits the Astor Theatre on June 2.

The band’s disarming folk pop song Kettle was discovered by Triple J 20 years ago. Their breakthrough album Reflektor saw them burst onto the national and international stage in 2000. Singles Mascara and Weir made the album a huge success and saw Reflektor become a much-loved Australian indie pop album.

Mascara and Weir also placed #14 and #2 in Triple J’s Hottest 100, Reflektor took out 4 ARIAs and reached 4x Platinum Sales. Killing Heidi also won the APRA Songwriters of the Year Award.

The band reformed in November 2016 for Queenscliff Music Festival, marking 20 years since the band started performing together as Killing Heidi. They also performed at the Zoo Twilight concert series in February at Taronga and Melbourne Zoos.

Killing Heidi play the Astor Theatre, Mount Lawley on Friday, June 2. For all ticket information head to and




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