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British viral wunderkinds Good Neighbours today announce their debut Australian shows this June

The duo kick off their tour at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on Tuesday June 25 before heading to Brisbane’s Outpost on Thursday June 27 and concluding at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel on Saturday June 29.

Tickets for all shows go on sale 10am this Friday 10th May.  

For complete tour and ticket information visit livenation.com.au.

Good Neighbours AKA Scott and Oli leapt onto the global scene from their East London studio in January of this year with debut single and viral sensation Home - a tender yet triumphant track that has since racked up over 160 million streams, peaked at number 21 in the ARIA Singles Chart and received extensive radio play across the country. The boys have since followed up with the equally infectious Keep It Up, with plenty more releases on the horizon.

A band born out of small towns and spare time, Good Neighbours first started out of Scott and Oli’s desire to make something positive and unpolished in a music scene where everything felt mellow and intimate. Throughout 2023, they began making music for the love of it with an urge to rekindle early 2000’s sounds of the likes of Passion Pit and MGMT, a nod to classic songwriting and raucous production and inspiration from A24, friendship, and a cinematic approach to making music. 

Good Neighbours are wasting no time capturing the world's attention - don’t miss their exciting debut shows down under.

We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.