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Body Type & Cable Ties co-headline show with guests Our Carlson and Chimers // The Servo, Port Kembla

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Body Type & Cable Ties co-headline show
with guests Our Carlson and Chimers 

The Servo, Port Kembla
Sunday 13th August 

Sophie McComish, Annabel Blackman, Cecil Coleman and Georgia Wilkinson-Derums have released EP1, EP2 and their debut album Everything Is Dangerous But Nothing's Surprising to critical acclaim.
Together, they have shared stages with acts such as the Pixies, Fontaines D.C, Big Thief, Cate Le Bon, POND, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard.
In 2019 they performed at SXSW, The Great Escape and headlined tours in the US and UK, which included a recorded session at the BBC's Maida Vale studios.
Their sophomore album Expired Candy, out on the 2nd of June, is sweet, acidic, tough and undeniable all at once. An album that revels in the space they’ve carved out.
Having cut their teeth with a European summer run of shows and Festivals (Rock Werchter, Roskilde Festival) this year,
Body Type return with their strongest show yet to take on the road nationally this August. Supported by Double J. 

Australia’s post-punk powerhouses Cable Ties will be be hitting the road in support of their forthcoming album, All Her Plans, journeying through Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland
in July and August, stopping in at regional centres and capital cities along the way.
They’ve just been announced as international tour supports for legendary outfit Superchunk and local giants Amyl and the Sniffers and their third album,
All Her Plans, is out Friday 23 June via Poison City / Merge Records.
All Her Plans is an introspective and deeply intimate observation of a range of complex topics, like Australia’s flagging healthcare system, addiction, mental health, and surrendering control when life doesn’t go according to the blueprint.

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