Iconic British rockers tour Australia in April with Sydney & Adelaide shows sold out.
British iconic punk and new wave rockers, The Stranglers, will be in Australia, playing shows across five cities next month. The shows in Sydney and Adelaide have SOLD OUT with very limited tickets remaining for Melbourne, Brisbane and Newcastle!
Joining The Stranglers on all shows are Psych Rock trio Heavy Amber, from Naarm, Victoria.
Although inspired by the 60’s and 70’s golden age of rock and roll, Heavy Amber is a wholly modern experiment fusing feelings of love and loss to create an out-of-the-box, genre-defying, fluid performance. A sonic union of hard-driven guitars and earthy bass grooves, their smooth dynamic includes members Kasinda Faase (guitars/vox) Sienna Laycock (bass/vox) and Samuel Drew-Rumoro (drums).
Don’t miss being swept up high on the wave of The Stranglers’ powerful sound, pounding rhythms, soaring melodies, quirky humour and thrillingly daring musicianship for an exhilarating live experience.First forming in 1974, the band’s no bullshit attitude saw the band blaze an experimental trail, from Art Rock to Goth to New Wave Pop, inspiring a wave of prog rock guitar players and confrontational vocalists to find their roots in The Stranglers’ unabashed confidence.
Promising a set that will be covering tracks from their extensive catalogue spanning over 45 years, fans can expect to hear timeless hits like Golden Brown, Always the Sun, No More Heroes, Strange Little Girl and Peaches.
Grab your tickets now before they’re all gone!
Tuesday, April 18: The Gov, Adelaide SOLD OUT
Wednesday April 19: Northcote Theatre, Melbourne
Friday, Apr 21: The Tivoli, Brisbane
Saturday, April 22: The Metro, Sydney SOLD OUT
Sunday, April 23: Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle
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