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Can you believe The Meanies are turning 30?

by Paul Cashmere on August 27, 2019

in News

May 1989. It was the birth of The Meaning. Now 30 years on, Melbourne’s grunge-predecessors, will lap Australia to show how just how well they have aged.

These shows will also mark 25 years since ‘10% Weird’. The album became a document of Melbourne’s pub scene of the early 90s.

The Meanies split in 1996 only to reform in 1998 for some shows. They toured again in 2006 off the back of the release of the DVD, The Meanies: A Seminal Australian Punk Tale.

In 2015 The Meanies released a third album ‘Its Not Me Its You’.

30 YEARS OF THE MEANIES
(ALSO 25 YEARS SINCE 10% WEIRD AND PROBABLY A FEW OTHER MILESTONES)

Tues Nov 5
Corner Hotel, VIC
Cup Day Matinee w/ Civic, Dicklord, Disco Junk
& Guest DJs The Chiko Molls

Fri Nov 8
Theatre Royal, VIC
w/ Glitoris & Drug Sweat

Sat Nov 9
River Rocks, Geelong
w/ Cosmic Psychos, Hard-Ons, Rocket Science and more

Sun Nov 10
River Rocks Rehab, Geelong

Fri Nov 15
Caringbah Inn Hotel, Caringbah
w/ Tumbleweed & The Fangin’ Felines

Sat Nov 16
Paddo RSL, Darlinghurst
+ Tumbleweed & Glitoris

Fri Nov 22
Jive, Adelaide
w/ Numbskulls, Meatbeaters, NÄH

Sat Nov 23
Rosemount Hotel, North Perth
w/ Leeches! & The Last Quokka

Sun Nov 24
Indian Ocean Hotel, Scarborough
w/ Dennis Commetti, The Mascara Snakes

Fri Nov 29
Kingscliff Hotel, Kingscliff
w/ Tumbleweed

Sat Nov 30
Valley Drive-In, Brisbane
+ Tumbleweed, Budd & Blussh

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