Formed in 2017, the alt-rockers Teenage Dads combine the colour and warmth of the 60’s with a grand theatrical feel, pushed with temperate synthesisers and rich melodies. The sporadic sounds, ranging from pure insanity to out-right pop, are drawn from a wide range of artists, including King Krule, The Beach Boys, The Strokes and George Harrison.
Their kinetic energy and righteous live shows have propelled the band to performing alongside the likes of Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Ruby Fields, Kingswood, Northeast Party House, Radio Moscow (USA) and The Montreals.
Abjects (UK) will be appearing on the Yah Yah’s bandstand at the seediest hours come Saturday October 5th! Don’t miss the energetic garage-punk blasting out of London town for this special club show appearance whilst they tour down under in support of The Chats.
Made up of three citizens of the world (members from Spain, Italy and Japan), their origin of a DIY punk ethos and a proper punk rock type live show has lead them to a string of 7” releases and acclaim from live music punters the globe over. Now, the trio are armed with the debut studio LP Never Give Up and it’s Tim for Australia to join the fan club.
And yes it’s technically Sunday morning but you’re still out from the night before and looking for a spot of live music…