In the last 18 months, Melbourne’s Tash Sultana has toured 20 countries, travelled 414,187 kilometres, and even made music history in London – all before the release of a debut album.
The next leg of the self-taught multi-instrumentalist’s tour kicks off on Tuesday (July 24) in New Zealand. Her schedule has her continuing to travel the globe until November 2019 with what’s expected to be one the most exciting LPs to come out of Australia, the yet-to-be-released Flow State (out August 31).
From bedroom videos and street busking, to the world stage at festivals like Austin City Limits, Appletree Garden, and Coachella, and on US sign-post slots like NPR, and Late Night With Seth Meyers, Tash Sultana is one of Australia’s proudest exports.
Not only is she pulling unparalleled live numbers, both at home and overseas, she’s still riding the wave of her Notion EP, which took out three spots on the triple j Hottest 100 and grabbed her a Top 10 spot on the ARIA chart.
To better understand just how mind-boggling her achievements are from the last 18 months alone, we’ve put together a few statistics from her Notion World Tour, featuring the number of days she’s spent travelling, the number of crew members she has, the percentage of her life that’s been spent on tour, and more.