Their most sophisticated release to date, it mashes elements of reggae, ska, punk and psych-rock, for a varied and earnestly fun listen that fans have been fanging to see in person, where it’s sure to be more raucous than ever.
Victorian fans got their first live taste of the album, featuring tracks like 'Dreamkillers' and 'High Like An Angel', earlier this year at St. Kilda Festival, Pool House Party and The Hills Are Alive.
The punk-rock outfit, now nine-years strong, then made it to Europe and the UK playing 30 shows in 32 days. It was on that tour that new recruit Nicholas Williams (Foxtrot) got comfy as The Bennies’ bassist, replacing founding member Craig Selak.
Party levels are sure to stay high with this well-oiled live set, supported by Newcastle punk-rock duo Gooch Palms (except Melbourne and Newcastle) and Adelaide indie-rockers Young Offenders (not in Hobart and Launceston).
Wed 27 Jun - The Triffid (Brisbane) Thu 28 Jun - Shark Bar (Gold Coast) Fri 29 Jun - Small Ballroom (Newcastle) Sat 30 Jun - Factory Theatre (Sydney) Sun 1 Jul - Uni Bar (Wollongong) Thu 5 Jul - Uni Bar (Adelaide) Fri 6 Jul - Howler (Melbourne) Sat 7 Jul - The Workers Club (Geelong) Sun 8 Jul - Sooki Lounge (Melbourne) Fri 13 Jul - Saloon Bar (Launceston) Sat 14 July - Brisbane Hotel (Hobart)