Tumbleweed are playing their debut album live for the first time

Catch the '90s rock legends performing their seminal album Tumbleweed in full. 

Hailing from Tarrawanna, New South Wales, Tumbleweed hit the big time in the early '90s, signing with America's Atlantic records on the back of the success of their EPs Theatre of Gnomes and Weedseed. The band also secured support slots on tours with the likes of Nirvana and Iggy Pop, all before releasing their first full-length album. 

Featuring hit singles like 'Acid Rain' and 'Sundial', the band's debut album Tumbleweed remains a pivotal component in their journey, set to be revisited on their current Australian tour. 

In addition to announcing a seven-date national tour in which they'll play the album in full for the first time ever, Tumbleweed also released rare vinyl copies of the album, as well as a handful of 7" copies of 'Daddy Long Legs', both of which sold out rapidly. 

Tumbleweed hit Croxton Band Room on Saturday July 28.