Infectious indie rock legends, The Jungle Giants have announced their last Australian tour for their Speakerzoid record. The Brisbane four-piece had a huge 2015, with the release of their second album and a massive international tour, which saw them playing Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Canada and the United States. The Jungle Giants will be playing at The Gov on Saturday the 18th of June for an all ages event, with the group stating that they will not be adding any more shows and that there is limited underage tickets.
Sharing the stage with the indie rock group, is an amazing line-up filled with The Lulu Gates, Gideon Bensen and Machine Age. Hailing from Sydney, are pop-rock group, The Lulu Gates, who draw on influences from The Strokes and Christina Aguilera, creating a unique sound filled with motown harmonies and infectious weirdness. No stranger to The Gov is former guitarist and vocalist for The Preatures, Gideon Bensen and will see the first run of dates performing with his live band following the announcement that he was pursuing his solo career. Brisbane group, Machine Age, will also be joining the line-up to showcases his unique drum loops, industrial glitches and delicate guitar work.
Check out the full list of dates below and further ticketing information here.
Friday 17 June - The Triffid, Brisbane (all ages)
Saturday 18 June - The Gov, Adelaide (all ages)
Friday 24 June - 170 Russell, Melbourne (18+)
Saturday 25 June - The Metro, Sydney (all ages)
Friday 8 July - Players Bar, Mandurah (18+)
Saturday 9 July - Jack Rabbit Slim's, Perth (18+)
Header Image via The Jungle Giants
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