A Violent Soho Australian Tour 2014 has been announced.

Rather than slowing down form the whirlwind nine months of touring since the release of their third studio album, Hungry Ghost, Violent Soho have instead announced their biggest national tour to date for this July, taking Melbourne’s The Smith Street Band with them as special guest supports.

It’s a funny thing how 11 songs can make such a difference for a band, even one who has experienced as much as Violent Soho have (now in their 10th year as a band) such as signing to the Thurston Moore (of Sonic Youth) led label Ecstatic Peace!, being invited to play ATP in the UK by Les Savy Fav and touring the US with acts such as Built to Spill, Alice in Chains, Dinosaur Jr and The Bronx.

However it seems that the 11 tracks the band recorded in Brisbane with producer Bryce Moorhead which make up the Hungry Ghost record have certainly seen Soho take yet another impressive stride forward and hit new benchmarks; whether it be the LP debuting at #6 on the ARIA charts, single ‘Covered in Chrome’ coming in at #14 in Triple J’s Hottest 100, a sold out national album tour, being announced on Triple J’s ‘One Night Stand’, being placed in many albums of 2013 lists or playing to packed out festival crowds at Falls Festival and Big Day Out (with Groovin The Moo and Live It Up coming up!).

There really appears to be no telling just how far Violent Soho are capable of reaching as they continue to soar at an exponential rate and with this next headline tour of Australia locked and loaded, we’ll see the boys from Mansfield cement themselves as one of the finest Australian rock backs doing the rounds.

Joining Violent Soho on this epic tour and taking on the reigns as main support will be Melbourne’s favourite sons The Smith Street Band. Headliners in their own right, The Smith Street Band have won the hearts of many around the world with their honest songwriting, passionate live shows and their two great albums, plus their latest offering, the Don’t Fuck With Our Dreams EP.

Be sure not to miss our brothers from the south as they warm up the stages for Violent Soho this July.

With news of this tour spreading quickly today, be sure to get in quick to see Mansfield’s finest, Violent Soho, show fans and critics alike just what all the fuss is about.

Violent Soho Australian Tour 2014

with special guests The Smith Street Band

Thu 3 July – The Bakery | Perth (18+)

Fri 4 July – The Gov | Adelaide (Lic AA)

Sat 5 July – The Hi-Fi | Melbourne (18+)

Fri 11 July – Manning Bar | Sydney (18+)

Sat 12 July – The Hi-Fi | Brisbane (18+)

General public on sale from 9am local time, Friday 4th of April
All tickets available from www.violentsoho.com

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