Gay Paris Announce 3 Months Worth Of Shows And New Single To Boot

Habitual agents of chaos and preachers of a better way to party Gay Paris are gearing up to once again unleash their filthy thoughts and twisted vibes all over us, and I dare say, it won’t be over quickly. For 3 months the band will be crisscrossing the country in support of their new album The Last Good Party, offering us tonight a bump from the baggie known as Ash Wednesday Boudoir Party.

Having crowd-sourced the finance for the new record, Gay Paris know it’s only right to put in the hard yards and bring the good times directly to the people. In fact, they were only last on the road back in December. It’s exciting times to see how the band plan on backing up 2011’s The Skeleton’s Problematic Granddaughter, but if anyone can, it’s the boys form Gay Paris.

No one ever charges you for your first hit, so the band have dropped the first single from the album Ash Wednesday Boudoir Party. Check out the new jam below.

Thursday, 19th April

Bull N Bush, Baulkham Hills

Friday, 19th April

Yours & Owls, Wollongong

Saturday, 20th April

The Phoenix, Canberra

Wednesday, 24th April

The Cambridge, Newcastle

Thursday, 25th April

Port Macquarie Hotel, Port Macquarie

Friday, 26th April

The Joynt, Brisbane

Saturday, 4th May

Cherry Bar, Melbourne

Sunday, 5th May

Cherry Rock, Melbourne

Friday, 10th May

Royal Oak Hotel, Launceston

Saturday, 11th May

Brisbane Hotel, Hobart

Friday, 17th May

The Enigma, Adelaide

Saturday, 18th May

Jetty Bar, Glenelg

Thursday, 23rd May

Moonshine Bar, Manly

Friday, 24th May

Fitzroy Hotel, Windsor

Saturday, 25th May

Railway Express Club, Darwin

Friday, 31st May

The Loft, Warnambool

Saturday, 1st June

Rock and Load Festival, St Kilda

Friday, 7th June

The Annandale, Sydney

Saturday, 8th June

North St Bar and Café, Batemans Bay

Friday, 14th June

Sphere Nightspot, Sutherland

Saturday, 15th June

Baroque Bar, Carrington Hotel, Katoomba

Friday, 21st June

The Northern, Byron Bay

Thursday, 27th June

Mojos, Fremantle

Friday, 28th June

Yah Yah’s, Perth

Saturday, 29th June

Prince of Wales, Bunbury

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