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The Grogans

The Grogans

9:00pm, Sat 13 March, 2021
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The Grogans play their first Hobart show this March.

Following the release of the bands second album 'Day / To / Day’, The Grogans are making their first ever Tasmanian appearance.


After a year without many gigs, the band have kicked straight back into action landing some of their biggest supports to date - Ocean Alley at Sidney Myer Music Bowl & Alex Lahey at RMIT university - set to kick off their year jam packed with new music and shows.


Coupling effortless cool with refined rock songwriting chops, Melbourne trio The Grogans unveil their second studio record, Day / To / Day. An album that has been designed to be absorbed, Day / To / Day is a sonic journey that has The Grogans delivering melodies, rhythms and great energy throughout.


The album’s lead single ‘Got A Girl’, offered an insight into the charged up end of the album’s spectrum. Yet as the listener makes their way through its 12 track run time, The Grogans flourish as 60’s and 70’s surf rock sounds come together with contemporary slacker influences; all up making for a perfect Spring/Summer soundtrack. Even the album image, taken by seminal 60’s surf photographer John Witzig, perfectly encapsulates the cheeky escapism found in  Day / To / Day. 


Recorded at Grogans HQ and out in Ocean Grove, Day / To / Day had the opportunity to come together outside of Melbourne, with Ocean Grove providing an idyllic relaxed setting for The Grogans to settle into. Spending their time making music, skating and hanging out made the album process far easier an experience to get through; with new ideas and sonic sessions coming naturally for the band over time.


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