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Australia asked for it, now we got it – pop-punk legends Say Anything are coming to Australia to celebrate their In Defense Anniversary, a celebration of ten years of breakout album In Defense Of The Genre.
The L.A. boys will play three albums over two nights in three cities, performing Is A Real Boy, Self-Titled and In Defence discs one and two over two separate nights.
They’ll begin in Melbourne on the 25th of February, before taking the suite to Sydney on the 28th and Brisbane on the 4th of March.
Note that Brisbane fans will need to move from the Triffid to the Zoo on the second night.
“Well, this should be the most epic series of shows we’ve ever put on in terms of the ‘legacy’ of our early work,” states vocalist Max Bemis. “I predict all-out catharsis in these intimate settings and an awesome experience losing myself in the narrative of each of these albums played in their entirety.”
This is the first time Say Anything have been in Australia since 2014, supporting then new album Hebrews.
Tickets go on sale via Destroy All Lines on Monday 11th of December at 9am local.
DESTROY ALL LINES & CHUGG ENTERTAINMENT PRESENT
SAY ANYTHING’S ‘IN DEFENSE ANNIVERSARY AUSTRALIAN TOUR’
SUNDAY 25 FEB – Max Watts, Melbourne (Performing Is A Real Boy + In Defense Disc 1)
MONDAY 26 FEB – Max Watts, Melbourne (Performing Self Titled + In Defense Disc 2)
WEDNESDAY 28 FEB – Factory Theatre, Sydney (Performing Is A Real Boy + In Defense Disc 1)
THURSDAY 1 MAR – Factory Theatre, Sydney (Performing Self Titled + In Defense Disc 2)
FRIDAY 2 MAR – The Triffid, Brisbane (Performing Is A Real Boy + In Defense Disc 1)
SUNDAY 4 MAR – The Zoo, Brisbane (Performing Self Titled + In Defense Disc 2)