A Swayze & the Ghosts
After what will be a mammoth run of international dates, A. Swayze & The Ghosts are pleased to announce a series of very special, intimate, home-coming dates in everyone's favourite rooms.
The event organisers have been in touch to let us know that the upcoming A.Swayze & The Ghosts shows in June have been cancelled.
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Recently unleashing their new single ‘Mess of Me, an anthemic slice of garage-punk that’s as immediate and bold as their raw and chaotic live performances, the Hobart native's take over The Grand Poobah (Kissing Room), Hobart for 3 consecutive nights Weds 3rd, Thurs 4th & Friday 5th of June
JUNE 4TH - THE GRAND POOBAH (KISSING ROOM) - HOBART
Parallel to the sass and irresistible swagger of the track is a deep dive into the attitudes and habits we develop from childhood. Front man, Andrew Swayze, explains:
“This song discusses inheritance. Not the conventional heirloom, but the type of negative trait you may learn as a child voyeur of your surroundings."
Very limited tickets for these shows, once they're gone, there won't be extras . Don't miss out!
‘Entering 2020 with a real sense of purpose, new single 'Mess Of Me' is a choppy, adrenalin-soaked garage punk anthem.’ – CLASH Magazine
‘What would The Strokes sound like if they came from Tasmania? Probably a bit like A. Swayze & The Ghosts banging new indie anthem ‘Mess of Me’ – It’s absolutely Massive’ - NME