Following the critical success of their second album Pala, Friendly Fires unleash brand new single ‘Hawaiian Air’. Produced by Friendly Fires and recorded in the band’s own St Albans studio, ‘Hawaiian Air’ is an undeniable album highlight and follows on from the brilliant first single ‘Live Those Days Tonight’. Says frontman Ed Macfarlane: “It’s about enduring a horrific flight to Hawaii. The verses are all about bad food, shit films, uncomfortable seats, and turbulence. The chorus is about smashing down on the ground and being free from the turmoil you have endured in the air. You walk off the plane and breath in the Hawaiian Air and the painful journey has been worth it.

” CHECK OUT THE VIDEO HERE This July, Friendly Fires are bringing their energetic and irresistibly punchy live performance back to Australian shores -this time armed with brand new grooves from their brilliant sophomore album Pala (Album Of The Week on triple j, Radar Radio, Red FM and WA FM).

Friendly Fires will perform at The Metro Theatre in Sydney Thursday 28 July and Billboard in Melbourne Friday 29 July. Friendly Fires will also be performing at this years Splendour In The Grass Festival. TOUR JULY 2011 Sydney Thursday 28 July – The Metro Theatre, Sydney Melbourne Friday 29 July – Billboard, Melbourne Friendly Fires will also be performing at the 2011 Splendour In The Grass Festival Friendly Fires’ Pala is out now XL Recordings / Remote Control

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