Northeast Party House are about to set out on a national tour, giving their 2014 debut album Any Given Weekend one last victory lap across the country, but before they head out the band want you to learn a little more about the boys who make up the Melbourne outfit.
The last year has seen Northeast Party House live up to, at least part of, their name, with sold out shows around the country and energy-filled festival sets. But what exactly are the origins of said name? And what did they almost call themselves instead? In this video from the guys at Swift Cut Video, the band explain all.
They also want to share with you some touring stories, hippie encounters and explain definitively why that one animal of a medley was the best thing they’ve ever done.
Northeast Party House kick off their national Double Darts Tour, playing 11 headline dates across the country through March and April. Once you get to know the band a bit better, see all those dates below.
Watch: Northeast Party House Talk The Origin Of Their Name, Touring & Zoosical Medleys
Northeast Party House Double Darts Tour
Friday, 27th March 2015
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Sunday, 29th March 2015
The Lair, Sydney (Under 18s show)
Tickets: Metro Theatre
Thursday, 2nd April 2015
Saturday, 4th April 2015
Uni Bar, Adelaide (All ages)
Sunday, 5th April 2015
Karova Lounge, Ballarat
Friday, 10th April 2015
Odd Fellow, Fremantle*
Saturday, 11th April 2015
Friday, 17th April 2015
Saturday, 18th April 2015
Autumn Sounds Festival, Bundaberg
Tickets: Autumn Sounds Festival
Saturday, 25th April 2015
Northcote Social Club, Melbourne (Under 18s matinee show)*
* Food Court not appearing
Also appearing at Mountain Sounds Festival in Mt Penang Parklands.