Chances are you caught this two-piece repping Adelaide on the main stage at Laneway Festival 2016 and were blown away. Well now they’re back for more blood. Adelaide indie-punk band The Hard Aches have announced that they’ll be melting brains at venues in seemingly every corner of Australia on a huge 17 stop national tour. You'll catch them in Adelaide at Jive Saturday the 29th of October.
Can’t wait until then? August will see The Hard Aches support the likes of Tired Lion, Luca Brasi and Moose Blood (UK) before headlining their own slew of shows across October. Also catch them on the killer line-up for Stonecutters Festival at Queens Theatre Friday the 16th of September.
But that’s not it; The Hard Aches have hit us with the release date for their upcoming EP I Freak Out. You’ll be able to get your hands on the record featuring their single “Glad That You’re Gone” on Friday the 9th of September. The single echoes sentiments of millennial thought: “No one’s as selfish as I am / But we’re all just as useless”; how we’re all trying to figure out what the hell we’re doing and where we’re going.
You can pre-order I Freak Out here, there’s even a snazzy 12” for all you vinyl devotees.
Header via The Hard Aches Facebook page
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