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L7 Return To Australia In May

by Tim Cashmere on November 29, 2019

in News

Californian Riot Grrls L7 have announce their return to Australian shores in May 2020.

In the late 80s and early 90s, L7 were a tour de force, combining punk and metal elements into an irrefutably powerful package that unapologetically fought on the front lines of third-wave feminism.

Their 1992 album Bricks Are Heavy saw them reach massive audiences with the songs Shitlist and Pretend We’re Dead permanently tattooed into the psyches of late Gen-Xers who shared a penchant for hair dye, eyebrow rings and ripped jeans.

Their latest album Scatter The Rats was released earlier this year.

L7 Australia and New Zealand Tour Dates

MAY
20 – Metro Theatre, Sydney (tickets)
22 – Forum, Melbourne (tickets)
23 – The Triffid, Brisbane (tickets)
24 – The Gov, Adelaide (tickets)
27 – San Fran, Wellington (tickets)
28 – Galatos, Auckland (tickets)

Presale tickets are on sale from Tuesday, 3 December at 9am (sign up to the mailing list for presale access here). General sales are from Thursday, 5 December at 9am.

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