Despite repeated attempts on its life, by journalists and musicians alike, pop-punk isn’t dead. In fact the genre is alive and kicking and arguably in better health than ever, a fact that was made abundantly clear by new school heavyweights The Story So Far and Man Overboard at the first of two Melbourne shows on
California punks The Story So Far and their New Jersey counterparts Man Overboard will be joining forces this September when they return to our shores for a run of dates on their Suppy Australia national tour. Kicking off in Perth on Wednesday 2nd September, the Suppy Australia tour will then travel through Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle,
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If you’re a fan of Taking Back Sunday, you’ve no doubt heard of their current US tour being held in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of their gangbusters album Tell All Your Friends. Well, it’s now looking as though the band has plans to take the madness overseas, which could mean Australia. It’s not so
Soundwave are at it again with another announcement for one of their tours. This time it’s Man Overboard who will be hitting Australian shores this August and September. Man Overboard’s motto of “Defend Pop Punk” may have started out as a simple t-shirt design but has now snowballed into a movement for honesty and integrity.