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Tour Guide: Youth Group, Bad//Dreems, Make Them Suffer, I, Valiance

Today’s tour guide features a fistful of national dates from a trio of local favourites, including Adelaide ‘outsider’ rockers Bad//Dreems, Melbournian purveyors of digital chicken metal I, Valiance and Sydney-bred naughties veterans Youth Group.

Bad//Dreems ‘Cuffed & Collared’ Tour

Adelaide foursome Bad//Dreems have announced plans to take their latest single Cuffed & Collared on the road this June with a series of shows along the East Coast.

Disappointed fans who were keen to catch the lads supporting The Black Keys before their Aussie tour plans were unexpectedly canned, can now see them at their own headlining shows in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this June.

The Aussie trek will also form somewhat of a homecoming tour, following hot on the heels of the band’s debut UK outing this May. They’ve locked in a number of shows in the motherland, not to mention appearances at Handmade Festival, Live At Leeds, and The Great Escape.

Tickets to Bad//Dreems’ Cuffed & Collared tour go on sale this Friday, 10th April, from 9am.

Cuffed & Collared Tour Dates

Friday, 12th June

Jive Bar, Adelaide

Tickets: baddreems.com

Friday, 19th June

The Tote, Melbourne

Tickets: baddreems.com

Saturday, 20th June

Goodgod Small Club, Sydney

Tickets: baddreems.com

Saturday, 27th June

Crowbar, Brisbane

Tickets: baddreems.com

Listen: Bad//Dreems – Cuffed & Collared (Official Audio)



Make Them Suffer’s ‘Old Souls’ Tour & More I, Valiance Tour Dates

Perth’s Make Them Suffer are back with their second album, Old Souls, due for release on 29th May, and to celebrate they’re hitting the road supported by Melbourne metal makers I, Valiance, and UK down tempo deathcore dudes Black Tongue.

The Old Souls tour spans the month of June and will make its way through smaller venues in most pockets of Australia. Tickets are sure to fly out the door.

Soundwave 2015 alumni I, Valiance will also venture forth to Tasmania for a headlining trio of dates with Sentinel and Zeolite.

Old Souls Tour w/ Make Them Suffer & Black Tongue (UK)

Sunday, 12th June

Fowlers, Adelaide lic/AA

Tickets: Oztix

Monday, 13th June

Gasometer, Melbourne 18+

Tickets: Oztix

Tuesday, 14th June

Gasometer, Melbourne U18

Tickets: Oztix

Friday, 17th June

Magpies Club, Canberra lic/AA

Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, 18th June

The Bald Faced Stag, Sydney 18+

Tickets: Oztix

Sunday, 19th June

Hombre Records, Newcastle AA

Tickets: Oztix

Monday, 20th June

Crowbar Brisbane 18+

Tickets: Oztix

Tuesday, 21st June

Upstairs at 199, Brisbane AA

Tickets: Oztix

Saturday, 25th June

Prince of Wales, Bunbury 18+

Tickets: Oztix

Sunday, 26th June

Capitol, Perth 18+

Tickets: Oztix

Monday, 27th June

HQ, Perth AA

Tickets: Oztix

Headlining Tour w/ Sentinel and Zeolite

Monday, 17th July

Club 54, Launceston 18+

Tickets: Vanguard Bookings

Tuesday, 18th July

The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart AA

Tickets: The Brisbane Hotel

Tuesday, 18th July

The Brisbane Hotel, Hobart 18+

Tickets: The Brisbane Hotel

Watch: I, Valiance – The Loneliest Soul

Youth Group ‘Skeleton Jar’ Vinyl Tour

Forever Young. Nostalgic Sydney alt-rock outfit Youth Group have announced plans to get the band back together once again, following a successful anniversary show back in January.

This time it’s for a full tour in honour of an impending reissue of their celebrated second album. “Just ten years later… Youth Group’s Skeleton Jar is being released on vinyl,” the band posted on their official Facebook page.

The band will play a trio of headlining East Coast dates kicking off on June 26th, the same day as the vinyl release. Youth Group will perform the record in full, as well as a selection of other tunes from across their back catalogue.

Youth Group Play Skeleton Jar

Friday, 26th June

Newtown Social Club, Newtown

Tickets: youthgroup.com.au

Friday, 3rd July

Northcote Social Club, Melbourne

Tickets: youthgroup.com.au

Saturday, 4th July

Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane

Tickets: youthgroup.com.au

Watch: Youth Group: Skeleton Jar

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