Been itching to play some shows with some new music, with some friends made through our wild and wonderful 2018.
All the shows will be free, full of love and probably pretty sweaty because of that big sun up there getting all excited around that time of year.
The Kill Devil Hills return to Melbourne armed with their new release “Pink Fit”, playing The Tote on Saturday February 16 with special guests The Braves and Kate Alexander.
The band formed in sun-bleached Perth, Western Australia, in 2003 as a quiet acoustic 3-piece project, but that was a dumb idea (too quiet) and didn't last very long, quickly swelling ranks like a looming tide, until 15 years and a few divorces later it has settled down (sort of) as 6-piece purveyor of tuneful cacophony, beautiful bastard noise, ugly but honest ballads, and gene-spliced sonic travesties....in other words, a rock band with a heart of mud and coal.
Five albums, a few 7"s, a live record, several band members, a few laps of the planet and some late late nights later, like the fabled Hydra, they are difficult - nay, impossible - to slay. The band has toured Australia, playing major festivals, venues of all sizes, with bands of all ranges, from the Beasts of Bourbon, the Dirty Three, the Drones, through to Jolie Holland and Justin Townes Earle, in the process finding themselves roaming Canada, the US and most parts of Western Europe.
Holy Moly Artists presents Brisbane Jangle Lofi Powerpop band -- HEY BABY celebrating the release of their EP "Couch House", with fellow Brisbanites Rattus Rattus along for the ride.
Hey Baby! are a surf punk/garage band from Brisbane, Australia We like to play fast, jangly and energetic tunes and put on live shows that never take themselves too seriously. Combining influences of bands like California garage heavyweights FIDLAR and WAVVES bringing their lo-fi jangle powerpop sound your summertime earlobes. With the announcement of their latest EP release "Couch House," you can catch Hey Baby on the east coast of Australia this February 2019.