SKEGSS are bloody stoked to drop their highly anticipated Holiday Food EP today as shows continue to sell out on their EP Tour this June. Bringing special guests Good Boy and Pist Idiots along for the ride,SKEGSS have just announced a 2nd show at OAF in Sydney and a 3rd and final show at Howler in Melbourne, which are both on sale now. And in what could be an Australian first, JACK IRVINE, who’s responsible for all SKEGSS artwork, will be holding a pop-up exhibition at each stop of their tour, right in the back of a truck.

out now via Ratbag Records – iTunes | Spotify
Double EP vinyl release (Holiday Food + Everyone Is Good At Something)
Tickets to all remaining shows are on sale now via The Holiday Food EP is out now, digitally and as a double-EP vinyl with Everyone Is Good at Something.

SKEGSS have made a name for themselves with energetic, ripping live performances, garnering praise from The Music for their “infectious” on-stage chemistry and Moshcam who asserted they “seem to have some sort of hypnotic effect over their fans.” Hitting the road in June to celebrate the release of Holiday Food, SKEGSS will be bringing their A-game to ten shows (and counting) all around the country. In tow will be JACK IRVINE, who runs in Sydney’s pop art scene and is the brain child behind all Skegss art, holding his own exhibition outside each show in the back of his truck. His paintings are quintessentially Australian, confronting and populated by a myriad of the absurd and outrageous. They’ll make you look, and look again, as the stories within keep unfolding, so be sure to keep an eye out this June.


with special guests Good Boy and Pist Idiots 
Tickets are on sale now via
Wednesday 7 June – Howler, Melbourne 3rd & FINAL SHOW ON SALE NOW
Thursday 8 June – Howler, Melbourne SOLD OUT
Friday 9 June – Howler, Melbourne SOLD OUT
Saturday 10 June – Jive, Adelaide SELLING FAST
Thursday 15 June – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney SELLING FAST
Friday 16 June – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney SOLD OUT
Friday 23 June – The Zoo, Brisbane
Saturday 24 June – The Waratah, Hobart
Sunday 25 June – Club 54, Launceston
Friday 30 June – Capitol, Perth


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