We’re excited to announce that overnight, New Jersey’s Screaming Females sold out their first ever Australian show in Melbourne. Today, we’re unveiling plans for a second show, at The Old Bar on Monday August 8, they’ll be joined by Shepparton Airplane (members of Peep Temple, Tankerville, Graveyard Train) and Swim Team (members of Bad Vision, The Pink Tiles)

Their debut tour of Australia comes on the back of their ten year anniversary and sixth studio album, Rose Mountain. While the trio also marked their 1000th show last year, they haven’t yet concurred everything and this tour will see them bring their blistering-yet-mannered punk-rock onslaught below the equator for the first time!

Fresh off performances with Dinosaur Jr. we’re so damn excited to witness this trio’s crazy onstage antics, mind bendingly crafty, shredding solos and the canyon-spanning vocals of Paternoster.

Hot tip: bring earplugs, or you’ll be screwed.


Thu. August 4 – Brisbane @ The Crow Bar #
with Deafcult & Martyr Privates
Fri. August 5 – Byron Bay @ The Great Northern (free entry)
with White Lodge  & Cheers G’day
Sat. August 6 – Melbourne @ The Curtin  **SOLD OUT**
with Camp Cope & Two Steps on The Water
Sun. August 7 – Ballarat @ The Eastern *
with The Second Sex & Trucks
JUST ADDED ** Mon. August 8 – Melbourne @ The Old Bar *
with Shepparton Airplane & Swim Team
Thu. August 11 – Canberra @ The Phoenix *
with Passive Smoke
Fri. August 12  Wollongong @ Rad Bar #
with Queer Anne’s Revenge
Sat. August 13 – Sydney @ Oxford Arts Gallery #
with Mere Women & Hannahband

Wed. August 17 – Auckland @ Whammy %
with Bozo
Thu. August 18 – Tauranga @ Totara Street %
with Bozo
Fri. August 19 – Wellington @ Valhalla %
with Bozo & Street Chant
Sat. August 20 Raglan @ Yot Club %
with Bozo

* tickets on the door
# tickets on sale now via www.futurepopes.com/tickets
% tickets on sale via Under The Radar

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