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Horsell Common Announce Australian Tour Dates Late 2012

Written by Brayden Darke on September 14, 2012

A decade after their formation, Melbourne institution Horsell Common are coming out of hiatus for three intimate club performances. After selling out venues across the country for their final shows before hiatus in 2009, new and old fans alike are sure to be delighted at this unexpected chance to see a band that rose to acclaim in some of Australia’s top-tier music circles.

Their lengthy career has included high-rotation on Triple J, a number one debut in the AIR charts and touring in support of some of the worlds greatest names in punk and alternative music. Capacities are limited and tickets are only available on the door for all shows, so be sure to mark these dates in your calendar to avoid disappointment.

Horsell Common Australian Tour Dates

Sunday 30 September @ We Come out at Night, Sydney NSW
34 – 44 Oxford St, Darlinghurst, NSW. Door sales only. 18+ ID Required.

Friday 19 October @ Black Market, Adelaide SA
141 Currie St, Adelaide, SA. Door sales only. 18+ ID Required

Monday 5 November @ Plastic, Melbourne VIC
629 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC. Door sales only. 18+ ID Required.

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