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Collarbones and Ghoul Tour Together

Written by Barnaby Smith on May 11, 2011

Two of Australia’s more interesting emerging bands are teaming up for a brief tour this June. Co-headlining together will be Collarbones and Ghoul.

As Mess and Noise report, the two bands will play only three nights together in total, in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. Sydney/Adelaide duo Collarbones are out promoting their album Iconography, while Sydney’s Ghoul are peddling their mini-album, Dunks.

The dates are:

Friday June 3, GoodGod Small Club, Sydney, NSW
Saturday June 4, Format, Adelaide, SA
Sunday June 5, Northcote Social Club, Melbourne, VIC

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