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March 16, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

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***Our Beer Garden is open for food and drinks from 12noon. You can validate your ticket at the box office from 6pm, and doors to the live music room open at 8pm.***


Seminal Irish indie heroes, Ash, have announced their return to Australian shores for a headline tour this March. On their last visit, the band performed their ground-breaking album “1977” in its entirety—which resulted in sold-out shows and extra shows being added all over the country. Now, with the new album, Kablammo, under their belt, the mighty Ash return stronger than ever!

Kablammo is Ash’s 6th album, which comes 8 years after Twilight Of The Innocents, the album Ash vowed would be their last. However, the trio returned with renewed enthusiasm for playing together which is writ large over the album’s 12 tracks and the ‘in your face’ quality which has made Ash one of the UK’s best-loved bands. A little bit of Brit pop, a little bit of punk rock, a little bit of grunge, and a whole lot of exhilarating fun.

Given that the band remained popular well after the success of their hit record, 1977 (which came out in 1996) shows the loyalty of the fanbase, and Ash’s ability to continually to put out solid records. Kablammo is yet another step forward in the band’s illustrious career. Given their wildly successful previous tour of Australia, it would be silly to miss them this time around!

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“Excuse me while I start my own private mosh pit to this song” – Dom Alessio, Triple J

“Staccato riffage washes the room as singer Jackson Walkden-Brown’s high end version of a New Order/Husker Du vocal bleeds into an enormous and flashy mash up of big beats, fat bass and overdriven octave harmony. Sonically they’re an anthemic fusion of Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Franz Ferdinand with a heavy twist of The Killers; but project a unique and impressive sound of their own.” – supporting Birds of Tokyo 2015, themusic.com.au

From the sticky floors of Australia’s sweatiest bars to capacity crowds in some of the country’s finest concert halls, Aerials have built a reputation on the back of a blistering live show. With 2015 boasting supports with bands such as Birds of Tokyo, Lifehouse (US), Mew (Denmark), Dead Letter Circus and The Getaway Plan, Aerials will be bringing their adrenaline-fuelled rock show to the road in support of their new single “Separate”.

With overdriven bass hooks, brooding synthesizers and punk rock chants, Separate is a ghetto stomper that flirts between experimental electronica and raw garage rock.

The Brisbane band unleashed their sophomore EP ‘Restless’ on 1 September 2015. With Forrester Savell (Dead Letter Circus, Karnivool) returning to the desk, the title-track is a seductively sinister story packaged as a blinding-bright assault to the dance floor, which has received reviews from Triple J presenters including Dom Alessio. The ‘Restless EP’ was supported by an East Coast headline tour in October fulfilling their promises of sweat, strobes and riffs to their steadily increasing fan base. This earned them support slots to top-tier national and international rock acts to close out the year.

In their first year as a band, Aerials headlined three east coast tours in support of their singles ‘Silhouettes’, ‘Black & Blue’ and ‘Patient Parades’. All three tracks received rotation on Triple J Unearthed radio and extensive spins on community radio stations around the country. Holding strong to the DIY motto, the accompanying music videos were hands-on affairs which resulted in experimentation with projectors in fast cars, destruction of countless items of furniture and a couple of brushes with law enforcement.

Their debut EP dropped in 2013, supported by a massive run of 15 shows all the way from Cairns to Adelaide. With Forrester Savell (Karnivool/Dead Letter Circus) manning the desk, lead single ‘Firefights’ is a rock anthem in rave territory, which earned them a Highly Commended Award from Queensland Music and a headline slot at Bigsound.

2014 was a break from the road, but a breakthrough as a band, following a week together in the wilderness to pen new material. A contradiction to the environment, the new EP is a collection of chaotic but cohesive pop with synthesized riffery and crunching beats, laced with the soaring and commanding croons of vocalist, Jackson Walkden-Brown. Their tracks ‘Burn Burn Burn’ & ‘Symptoms’ both received another Highly Commended Award from Queensland Music.

Autumn 2016 will be a triumphant return to the stage and the last chance to catch the band before they lock away to write the next chapter. Be prepared for break-neck riffs, a rave inspired light show and hypnotic melodies. Stop reading. Start listening.

Website: Aerials
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March 16, 2016 @ 8:00 pm

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***Our Beer Garden is open for food and drinks from 12noon. You can validate your ticket at the box office from 6pm, and doors to the live music room open at 8pm.***