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HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS (SA) ANNOUNCE DEBUT NATIONAL HEADLINE TOUR "There's just no one doing what they do in Australian music at the moment” – Pilerats  "a dangerous amount of fun" – The Music   WINNERS – South Australian Music Awards ‘Best New Artist’ HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS are stoked to announce they’re hitting the road for a national tour (yes, even Perth!) across March and April in support of their forthcoming debut EP Hug Me. The Hug Me EP features their new disco banger ‘I Could Eat a Full Packet of Yo Yo’s’, the widely loved singles ‘Let’s Hug Longer’ and ‘Olympic Sneakers’ and will be out on March 2through the band’s own label, distributed by Kobalt/AWAL. Premiered on triple j Good Nights last month, ‘I Could Eat a Full Packet of Yo Yos’ has been having quite the effect on fans wide and far. Playlist adds on FBi Radio and triple j Unearthed, inclusions in Best Tracks of the Week on Semplesize, and in YEWTH Magazine’s Best Singles of November, with reviews in Beat Magazine, The Soundcheckand Pilerats, who said Heaps Good Friends are “very quickly becoming a national treasure”, describing the single as “upbeat, energetic, hyperactive, a bit all over the shop and most importantly fucking fun.” Heaps Good Friends – Emma Fradd (vocals / guitar), Nick O’Connor (bass / vocals) and Dan Steinert (drums) – are the trio known for delivering lyrically playful, synth pop treats. The Hug Me EP is a pocketful of fireworks, a six-track explosion of synths, catchy hooks and undeniable beats. Heaps Good Friends will be taking the Hug Me EP around the country this March and April for the first time playing shows right around the country with special guests to be announced. Sundial, Select Music and themusic.com.au present HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS - HUG ME EP tour Tickets via heapsgoodfriends.com   Friday 23 March – The Hills Are Alive, South Gippsland Saturday 24 March – The Workers Club, Melbourne Thursday 29 March – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane Wednesday 11 April – Beach Road Hotel, Sydney Thursday 12 April – Rad Bar, Wollongong Friday 13 April – Small Ballroom, Newcastle Saturday 14 April – The Chippendale Hotel, Sydney Friday 20 April - Rocket Bar, Adelaide Saturday 21 April – Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth    HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS – Hug Me [EP] Out March 2, 2018

HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS (SA) ANNOUNCE DEBUT NATIONAL HEADLINE TOUR

"There's just no one doing what they do in Australian music at the moment” – Pilerats 

"a dangerous amount of fun"  The Music

 

WINNERS – South Australian Music Awards ‘Best New Artist’

HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS are stoked to announce they’re hitting the road for a national tour (yes, even Perth!) across March and April in support of their forthcoming debut EP Hug Me. The Hug Me EP features their new disco banger ‘I Could Eat a Full Packet of Yo Yo’s’, the widely loved singles ‘Let’s Hug Longer’ and ‘Olympic Sneakers’ and will be out on March 2through the band’s own label, distributed by Kobalt/AWAL.

Premiered on triple j Good Nights last month, I Could Eat a Full Packet of Yo Yos’ has been having quite the effect on fans wide and far. Playlist adds on FBi Radio and triple j Unearthed, inclusions in Best Tracks of the Week on Semplesize, and in YEWTH Magazine’s Best Singles of November, with reviews in Beat MagazineThe Soundcheckand Pilerats, who said Heaps Good Friends are “very quickly becoming a national treasure”, describing the single as “upbeat, energetic, hyperactive, a bit all over the shop and most importantly fucking fun.”

Heaps Good Friends – Emma Fradd (vocals / guitar), Nick O’Connor (bass / vocals) and Dan Steinert (drums) – are the trio known for delivering lyrically playful, synth pop treats. The Hug Me EP is a pocketful of fireworks, a six-track explosion of synths, catchy hooks and undeniable beats. Heaps Good Friends will be taking the Hug Me EP around the country this March and April for the first time playing shows right around the country with special guests to be announced.

Sundial, Select Music and themusic.com.au present

HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS HUG ME EP tour

Tickets via heapsgoodfriends.com

 

Friday 23 March – The Hills Are Alive, South Gippsland

Saturday 24 March – The Workers Club, Melbourne

Thursday 29 March – Black Bear Lodge, Brisbane

Wednesday 11 April – Beach Road Hotel, Sydney

Thursday 12 April – Rad Bar, Wollongong

Friday 13 April – Small Ballroom, Newcastle

Saturday 14 April – The Chippendale Hotel, Sydney

Friday 20 April - Rocket Bar, Adelaide

Saturday 21 April – Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth

  

HEAPS GOOD FRIENDS – Hug Me [EP]

Out March 2, 2018

Earlier Event: January 20
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