Following their successful return to the top of the Australian music scene, Baby Animals have announced their Feed The Birds national tour.

The tour will follow the band along a host of East Coast cities and venues, as they look to continue on from their success of their fourth album in 20 years, following the release of This Is Not The End.

Since their breakthrough single Early Warning launched all the way back in 1991, the group has enjoyed a stellar ride, following on their success with a plethora of tours. The band¡¯s latest single; Email continues their tradition of delivering rock-god music.

Guitarist Dave Leslie said the band worked hard to get it right again with Email. ¡°We did a lot of preparation for it, so when the red light was ¡®on,¡¯ everyone knew what to do,¡± said Leslie. ¡°It was then just a matter of getting great performances.¡±

The newest album features the heavy beats that have become part of the band¡¯s lore for the past two decades. So too will the tour, which has become known for its raunchy behavior with the band pouring red wine in the mouths of fans during past shows. Footage from the shows will be used for the band¡¯s upcoming live DVD, which will be released at the end of the year.

Van Halen, Robert Plant and Bryan Adams will support the band during their run up and down the East Coast. Tickets for the tour are now sale, with the live DVD also available for pre-sale with ticket bundles.

Baby Animals Feed The Birds Australian Tour Dates:
Saturday, 12 October?
Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle?
Friday, 18 October?
The Zoo ¨C Brisbane?
Saturday, 19 October?
The Zoo ¨C Brisbane
Thursday, 24 October?
Governor Hindmarsh, Adelaide
Saturday, 26 October?
ANU Bar ¨C Canberra
Wednesday, 30 October?
The Wool Exchange, Geelong?
Thursday, 31 October?
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne?
Saturday, 2 November?
Astor Theatre, Perth?
Saturday, 9 November
?Metro Theatre, Sydney?