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GOOD DOOGS Announce Oct/NOV headline tour
From sold out tour after sold out tour, to a string of constantly catchy-but-meaningful singles, and hilarious music videos, Good Doogs just keep proving they are leading the wave of new surf-punk in Australia.
With their latest single “I’m Listening” (out Friday) the trio from Mandurah WA give you something a little bit different to get you headbanging for a brand new big ol’ run of shows throughout October.
As well as now welcoming Andy officially into the band after the end of the upcoming ‘Andy Is In The Bandy’ tour (yay Andy!) making them a 4-piece, the band are also currently writing their debut album, scheduled for release next year. “I’m Listening” will be the first taste of their debut LP.
Still catchy AF - with sweet guitar licks, BIG drums, and more singalong moments than you can poke a stick at - the new single is a little heavier than their previous releases, and shows The Doogs have a lot more surprises hidden away.
Releasing three singles (“Nothing To Do”, “So Dumb” and “Want That”) in 2018, and kicking off 2019 strong er than ever with “Nobody/Alone” and “How I Feel” Good Doogs burst out of Mandurah in Western Australia’s South-West and toured across the country on a string of headline tours - selling out cap cities time and time again, as well as jumping on tours with the likes of Tired Lion, Fidlar, and DZ Deathrays and playing BIGSOUND, Party In The Paddock, Festival Of The Sun, Groovin The Moo, and The Hills Are Alive.
“I’m Listening” will be out this Friday! and they announce their biggest headline tour to date – taking them from Darwin to Hobart throughout October