PSA: The Preatures are returning to our sweet city for their Girlhood tour.
With their sophomore album Girlhood coming out into the world on August 11th, the band is touring nationwide in September, coming to Adelaide on the 22nd.
With ‘I Know A Girl’, ‘Girlhood’, and ‘Your Fan’ already having been released as a taster of their new work, it’s said that this album celebrates young women – with the title track calling for young women to be the ‘heroine of their own story’, according to Isabella Manfredi, the megababe of a front woman.
On The Preatures’ last visit to Adelaide in 2015, their support acts included a line up of local deliciousness: Electric Exiles and Hunt, and this time ‘round is no exception.
Touring with the band in September are Polish Club and Rin McArdle, to help you get your groove thing on before Manfredi and co. step out on stage.
The four piece gang from Sydney are a total joy to see live, with not one person in the audience standing still. While they’re still playing in venues that allow the audience and band to get as sweaty as each other, and stand on each other’s toes while grooving, take your chance.
The gang are not only brilliant at music, but are style gurus, supporters of stopping lock out laws, feminism, and never fail for an all-round good time. Wear your dancing shoes, bring hair ties for all man bun needs, and get ready for the gig of a lifetime.
I’m setting it up to be the best, but that’s only because it will be.
So get your booty down to HQ on September 22nd, if only to see Manfredi strut her stuff and be the total rock goddess she is. But also because their music is very, very, bloody good.
WHEN: September 22nd, 2017
WHERE: HQ Complex, Adelaide
ALBUM: 'Girlhood' available August 11th
TICKETS: Available here
All images via The Preatures' Facebook page.
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