Brisbane based pop-punk band All Hours take their "Black Rose" tour to Melbourne's Bar Open.
Their two most recent releases, a “Punk Goes Pop” cover of Amy Shark’s hit song, ‘I Said Hi’ as well as their original 'Saving Grace' have paved the way for All Hours to release 'Black Rose', their most refined work to date with an accompanying 5 track EP and music video.
Joining them are local headliners:
Dead Before Breakfast
Explosive riffs and energy with a technical edge, Dead Before Breakfast is progressive alt-rock loud and proud! Based out of Melbourne, Australia, the troublesome trio combine angsty guitars with soaring hooks and intricate melodies, creating an energy that’s larger than the sum of its parts.
After coming out of hibernation stinking of cigarettes and cheap beer, Dead Before Breakfast hit the studio for their debut album “Rogue”, scheduled for release in early June. With eight tracks that range from full on headbanging, to pretty ambient interludes, “Rogue” represents the group at their peak.
with Mecha Mecha (NSW):
Slightly functional Nimbin kids who write dark indie rock for people with learning disorders.
Sporting a 'Royal Blood influenced' lineup with lead bass and brooding vocals, Mecha Mecha are influenced by big name 90s acts such as Jeff Buckley, Radiohead and Tool, while harmoniously incorporating violin or keys to allow for a greater sonic variety.
Mecha Mecha relishes in the power of heavy-hitting, blues-inspired grooves. Their chord progressions and melody lines reflect frontman Walter's childhood exposure to traditional Hungarian folk and gypsy music.
and Rory Newman, an acoustic act from Melbourne.