Jurassic are kicking off their single launch in style! If the release of a new tune, and playing their first headlining show isn't enough to get you brimming with excitement; then fear not. Playing alongside them are two of Melbourne's best, most kick-ass bands: FLOGS and The Great Emu War.
Kicking this mega night off, and setting the tone with nothing but class, will be: The Great Emu War. Spinning tales through their high-energy, raw and honest performances, this Melbourne three-piece get ye shakin' with their refreshingly unique, yet completely familiar mix of punky-blues and garage rock. The Great Emu War greet you like an old friend, and will fast become your new best-friends; having played together recently, TGEW and Jurassic are a force to be reckoned with from here on out.
Next up is FLOGS. After playing their first show at a rowdy house party in Preston back in the beginning of 2017 and getting real drunk together, the name 'FLOGS' stuck with the boys as their mates announced them on their backyard stage. Their noisy indie-punk sound and the guys cheeky personalities make for a great live performance. FLOGS shows are fun, full of raw energy and a good excuse to party with your friends. These dudes kick major-ass, and we're major excited to have them on board!
Headlining the show, is the one and only Jurassic. Who are ready to kick you in the teeth and have you love every moment of it! This up-and-coming band is already a force to be reckoned with.
Having had their two debut songs spend a month each in the triple j Unearthed charts, these guys are dropping their third single 'Found My Way', and are hella pumped to unleash and get wild with you all!
GOLD is as its name implies; shiny, glimmering and striking. Detailing the transformation of a raw and at times blinding love, GOLD floods you with nostalgia carrying you to that place of complete awe and admiration.
Coming off the back of DMA’s headlined BAD FRIDAY and playing with the likes of The Garden, Shannon and the Clams, Peter Bibby and just recently the Pist Idiots’s “Motor Running” Tour; the Buoys hit the road once again lending their fuzzy yet melodic sounds to cities; Sydney, Mona Vale, Melbourne, Wollongong and Newcastle before heading off on a mammoth Album tour with DZ Deathrays, Polish Club & VOIID.
"With the group’s playful and fun-loving nature underpinned by their ability to deliver some absolutely stunning rock songs... it was obvious that the band were becoming firm favourites of the crowd." - Tonedeaf
Barefoot Bowls Club
Melbourne based trio singing about the real issues such as how scary the ABC radio show is and student debts.
Polly And The Pockets