Infusion embark on their biggest US tour to date, traversing America?s spring music festivals. The tour kicks off at Ultra Music Festival during Winter Music Conference and then culminates at the crown jewel of American music festivals Coachella in Indio, CA (Day 1) with one of their musical heroes and influences Depeche Mode.

The trio of Jamie Stevens, Frank Xavier and Manuel Sharrad have climbed to the top of the Australian music charts, releasing top singles & remixes and winning an ARIA (equivalent of an Australian GRAMMY) for their LP ?Six Feet Above Yesterday?. In the US, their singles ?Natural? and ?Girls Can Be Cruel? were featured on hit-teen drama The OC and a recent remix of The Cure ?The Walk? was featured on Rhino Record?s ?Future Retro? (January 2006) compilation featuring remixes by today?s hottest electronic artists of our favorite New Wave bands. Infusion?s live shows have captivated audiences across the globe with high praise for their energetic performances that challenge the prevailing laptop and knob twiddling impresarios with full-on, real-time electronic compositions played out as a band. Be sure not to miss them!

Infusion Spring 2006 Tour

March 25 ? Miami, FL @ Ultra Music Festival /
March 25 ? Miami, FL @ Buzzlife at Metropolis
March 31 ? Houston, TX @ Clark's
April 01 ? Jacksonville, FL @ Ocean Club
April 06 ? Vancouver, Canada @ Plaza
April 07 ? Seattle, WA @ Element
April 14 ? Washington DC @ Nation
April 15 ? Atlanta, GA @ Eleven50
April 19 ? Austin @ Red 7
April 20 - Kansas City, MO @ Kabal
April 21 ? Cleveland, OH @ Metropolis
April 22 ? Chicago, IL @ Vision
April 29 ? Indio, CA @ Coachella /

?Australian Next 100 [URB] alumni storm the States with electro-rock assault?a glimmer-of-hope-in-dark-times futurism with lyrical and melodic styling akin to New Order, Depeche Mode or The Cure.? ?URB magazine

?Rockers call it ?dance music? and dancers call it ?rock,? but Infusion?s Six Feet Above Yesterday is a snapshot into the future of both. This album traces the moody depths of Depeche Mode, the lyrical ephemeris of The Cure and the sly, wicked beats of New Order alongside heavy doses of Underworld.? ? BPM Magazine

?[Infusion] known for performances that explode with energy, the band is rewriting public perception of how dance music can translate to a live format.? - Weekly Dig

?...Infusion redefines dance music. No vinyl twiddling impresarios, Infusion gives a real-time, real-life bona fide band-type performance.?
- Boston Herald

?one of the most celebrated live electronic acts in the world.?