When?

Category?

BOYSCLUB w/ Sloshpit (Early Show)

Yours & Owls Presents...

BOYSCLUB w/ Sloshpit (Early Show)

6:30pm, Fri 18 December, 2020
La La La's, NSW

Buy Tickets

  • GENERAL ADMISSION
    See 1 tickets
    • General Admission Sales Close: 9:00pm, Fri 18 Dec, 2020
      $17.94
Offer code

You need to be 18+ to attend this event

* Total price is in AUD and includes GST and service fees.

Event Details

It’s 2020 and the patriarchy is cornered, lashing out like a beast with nowhere else to run.

It’s time to sound the death knell on misogyny, discrimination and bigotry. But rather than

the dreary toll of a bell, we send off the patriarchy with a blast of furious, energised punk

rock sent forth from the minds, and amps, of Sydney’s BOYSCLUB.


Armed with an unwavering sense of justice, hard-earned life lessons and the legacy of

those to have waved the flag of equality before them, BOYSCLUB have tasked themselves

with systematically dismantling the prevailing wisdom; to change perspectives on queer

empowerment, speak truth to addiction and amplifying the oft silenced voices of the victims

of domestic violence.


With their new single VILLAINS, the bands set their sights on an issue that, while more

micro in impact, is macro in scope: Toxic and codependent relationships, or in the words of

lead singer/guitarist Sera Doll, “misunderstanding your own feelings, and misinterpreting

others...classic abandonment issues”


“VILLAINS talks about a place that sounds appealing only for it to turn explosive when you

are no longer alone in that place you find yourself at. The chorus is pure desperation of

wanting someone to not leave your side no matter what. Regardless of how unhealthy this

company might be, you feel you can't exist or function without it.”


Flanked by guitarist Ava Noir, bassist Lou Harbidge and drummer Skarlett Saramore,

VILLAINS sees BOYSCLUB stare down another oft neglected topic without blinking, just as

we saw with LOVESICK, where they shirtfronted addiction, or SHE, THE ATROCITY, which

tells the harrowing story of gender dysphoria.


The band's hard work, dedication and collective decade of experience of radicalised

empathy will crescendo in their debut full length record, slated for 2021. The opus promises

to push further, break more taboos and burn anything that says “Be quiet.”


BOYSCLUB, forever standing for something more than themselves