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Title Fight and Touche Amore announce Australian tour

Written by Vidette Moore on May 20, 2011

Soundwave touring have announced they’ll be bringing out Title Fight and Touche Amore for an Australian tour before the monumental Soundwave Revolution Festival begins in September.

The release of their new album Shed has seen Title Fight catapulted to the top of the punk world. NME declared Shed is “…one of the best punk rock debuts of the year” and TheBykerack.com justly asserts “Shelve this one under future classic punk'”. Title Fight have been building music commune’s one fan at a time with their unpretentious and intensely passionate live show, cutting through the bullshit and play what’s in their hearts.

Touche Amore have awoken something long forgotten in punk/hardcore. Their live set is a mass outpouring of anger and emotional honesty, which unites into something striking, vulnerable, and refreshingly real. Their shows turn spectators into converts, “Highlights come when the instruments are broken off, leaving the audience to shout the band’s lyrics back at them in moments of pure euphoria” – CaughtintheCrossFire.com

The combination of these two bands with their “straight up” approaches and vehement fan bases is a recipe for a chaotic and memorable tour.


Thur 8th Sep Old Museum, Brisbane A/A

Fri 9th Sep Metro Theatre, Sydney Lic A/A

Sat 10th Sep Billboard, Melbourne 18+

Sun 11th Sep Fowlers Live, Adelaide Lic A/A

Tues 13th Sep Capitol Theatre, Perth 18 +

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