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The Living End And Lots Of Friends Gather Around For ‘Don’t Lose It’

by Paul Cashmere on July 20, 2018

in News

The Living End gathered around friends far and wide for their ‘Don’t Lose It’ video, a piss-take on reality TV shows.

As judges filling the essential traditional roles of label exec, international artist and some dumb singer, Chris Cheney, Scott Owen and Andy Strachan do an hilarious job of sending up what essentially was the end of the music world as well know it… fame by ratings.

Here are the faces you will see in the video:

Jimmy Barnes
Merrick Watts (Triple M)
Matty Johns and Chris Page (Triple M)
Phil Jamieson (Grinspoon)
Kasey Chambers
These New South Whales
Ray Hadley (2GB)
Murray Cook (The Wiggles)
David ‘Friendly’ Friend (Puppetry Of The Penis)
Jane Gazzo (Triple M)
Tim Rogers (You Am I)
Eddie McGuire (Channel 9)
Daryl Braithwaite
Molly Meldrum
Tom Williams (Channel 7)
Ruby Fields

‘Don’t Lose It’ is from the eighth The Living End album ‘Wunderbar’ coming September 28. The Living End will then tour everywhere.

THE LIVING END WUNDERBAR TOUR
(with special guests West Thebarton)

Tickets on sale now at www.thelivingend.com.au

November 1 – The Tivoli, Brisbane, QLD
November 2 – The Enmore, Sydney, NSW
November 3 – The Forum, Melbourne, VIC
November 9 – Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA
November 10 – Metropolis, Fremantle, WA

Also appearing at…
August 6 – Punk Rock Holiday Festival, Tomlin, Slovenia
August 8 – Lokerse Festeen Festival, Ghent, Belgium
August 10 – Olympia-Kortteli, Tampere, Finland (headline show)
August 11 – Sziget Festival, Budapest, Hungary
August 12 – Futurum Music Bar, Prague, The Czech Republic (headline show)
August 15 – Hamburger Kultursommer, Hamburg, Germany (opening for Die Toten Hosen)
August 16 – Czad Festival, Straszecin, Poland
August 18 – Messe Open Air, Freiburg, Germany (opening for Die Toten Hosen)
August 21 – Backstage By The Mill, Paris, France (headline show)
August 23 – Rotown, Rotterdam, Netherlands (headline show)
August 24 – Dynamo, Eindhoven, Netherlands (headline show)
August 25 – Allmend, Luzern, Switzerland (opening for Die Toten Hosen)
September 21 – Carnival Of Flowers, Toowoomba
September 22 – Sugar City Sounds, Mackay
September 30 – Caloundra Music Festival
November 4 – Scene & Heard Festival, Newcastle
January 12 – February 10 – Red Hot Summer Tour 2019

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