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Client Liaison Share “House of Holy” off Forthcoming Album

Australian pop duo Client Liaison shared their new track “House of Holy,” kicking off the era for their forthcoming album Divine Intervention.

Client Liaison Explain “House of Holy”

Divine Intervention will be arriving in September later this year. It will be Client Liaison’s second studio album, landing five years after their debut LP Diplomatic Immunity. Although “House of Holy” is the first track that arrives after the news of the new album, the duo has already dropped a string of singles over the last couple of years like “The Real Thing,” “The Beat Supreme,” “Champagne Affection” and “Intervention”. All of these singles are said to be featured in the upcoming album.

The duo explain, “We wrote ‘House Of Holy’ in 2019 with Nick Littlemore at LA’s Sunset Sound studios. Inspiration for the song struck us after we visited the studios’ haunted upper floors. ‘House Of Holy’ sets the tone for what this album is all about. It looks to the future with restless wonder, dedicating mind, body, and spirit to having a seriously good time.”

Catch Them on Tour This Year!

Ahead of the album’s release, Client Liaison will be performing as part of Splendour XR in Australia. It marks the forthcoming virtual edition of Splendour In The Grass set for this July. Other acts on the lineup include The Killers, Khalid, Phoebe Bridgers, Charli XCX, and more.

The duo have also announced national headline tour dates in their Aussie homeland for this September and October, with stops booked in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, and Melbourne. Check out their full tour schedule down below and get tickets here.

Saturday, July 24th – Splendour XR Virtual Festival

Friday, September 10th – The Enmore, Sydney, NSW

Saturday, September 11th – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD

Friday, September 17th – Freo Social, Perth, WA

Saturday, September 18th – The Gov, Adelaide, SA

Saturday, October 2nd – The Forum, Melbourne, VIC

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