Augie March have premiered a new song. The song was played for the first time on 2014 with Richard Kingsmill and provided sweet escapism for six whole minutes. “Definitive History” is a wistful, dark and brooding track. It could be backed by birdsong, hauntingly whistling overhead. Lots of the notes are dim and shadowy, but the piano tinkering elevates and lightens. The band has taken their time piecing together this record, titled Havens Dumb, and for that time, things were considered. The song requires further listening to fully appreciate the lyrics and layers. The record “will see the light of day/the light on the inside of computers later this year.” The band will be playing a handful of shows at Howler in Melbourne. The first three shows have sold out, but tickets are still up for grabs, with a further two shows added for early November: Tickets are $45 +bf and are on sale now: @augiemarchshows