Australian jazz/soul fusion outfit Hiatus Kaiyote will return to North America this fall for a pair of select performances in New York City and Los Angeles.

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The acclaimed band, mainly comprised of singer/guitarist Nai Palm, drummer Perrin Moss, bassist Paul Bender, and keyboardist Simon Mavin, will first perform at The Novo DTLA in Los Angeles, CA on October 25th, followed by a gig at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY three nights later on October 28th. The two shows currently stand as the band’s only two scheduled performances for the remainder of 2019, not including their appearance at Queenscliff Music Festival in Australia in late November.

A post shared to the band’s Facebook back in March stated they’re in the process of finishing their next album, which would be their first full-length since 2015’s Choose Your Weapon. Nai Palm embarked on a North American tour in 2018 in support of her 2017 solo debut. The band’s 2018-2019 plans likely took a drastic turn when it was revealed the singer had been diagnosed with breast cancer last October. She has since undergone surgery as part of her treatment.

Tickets to the two 2019 fall shows go on sale this Friday, July 19th, at 10 a.m. Local. Head to the band’s website for more info, and be on the lookout for a full tour/album announcement from the band in the coming months as they plan their return to North America.