Dear Seattle The 'Someday' Tour
Dear Seattle The 'Someday' Tour
UNIFIED & Village Sounds present

Dear Seattle The 'Someday' Tour

with Stumps, Horror My Friend & Sophisticated Dingo
Rosemount Hotel (North Perth, WA)
Saturday, 24 September 2022 8:00 PM
45 days away
18 Plus
Indie
Rock
Punk

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Dear Seattle The 'Someday' Tour at Rosemount Hotel (North Perth, WA) on Saturday, 24 September 2022

Indie Rock delights, Dear Seattle, have just announced they will be hitting the road for their National album tour Someday later this year, and joining them are Sydney trio STUMPS, along with Horror My Friend and Sophisticated Dingo.

 

Someday tour presented by ___ will be happening in September and October 2022, kicking off at Adelaide Lion Arts Factory, then to Perth’s The Rosemount, Queensland’s Brightside, and The iconic Corner Hotel in Melbourne, before heading home to Sydney’s Crowbar in Leichhardt. Tickets can be purchased from the band’s website at dearseattle.com.au

 

Joining the band on tour as one of the main supports are Sydney trio STUMPS, who released their debut album in 2021  All Our Friends in a crushing love letter to how our environment shapes us. The genre-bending, anthemic hook-fuelled journey, is counterbalanced by Fisher’s deep lyricism and unsmiling baritone. STUMPS have built a loyal fanbase, winning audiences over nationally via their headline shows, festival slots and are no strangers to touring with their friends, Dear Seattle

 

Smashing through the block of Australia’s indie scene in 2016, Horror My Friend are the chaotic band that represent heavy-hitting energy and bursting energy at the seams of every release. With their seminal album debut Stay In, Do Nothing, the defining sound of Adelaide’s Horror My Friend has become unmistakable. The band have toured nationally and internationally with Hockey Dad and DZ Deathrays. As well as Gyroscope, The Cribs (UK), Die! Die! Die! (NZ) and Pity Sex (USA). All alongside tours of the UK/Europe and Canada, including dates at Groezrock and The Great Escape.

The duo behind Sophisticated Dingo, Jimmy and Lew, kicked off 2021 with an abundance of live shows, performing to four sold out Corner Hotel crowds in support of Press Club and Beddy Rays respectively, as well as selling out their own headline shows at The Tote and The Leadbeater, alongside a national co-headline tour with Raised As Wolves. 

 

Joining the band on tour as one of the main supports are Sydney trio STUMPS, who released their debut album in 2021  All Our Friends, in a crushing love letter to how our environment shapes us, building a loyal fanbase and winning audiences over nationally via their headline shows and festival slots. Similarly, smashing through the block of Australia’s indie scene in 2016, Horror My Friend are the band that represent heavy-hitting energy, particularly with their seminal album debut Stay In, Do Nothing. The band have toured nationally and internationally with Hockey Dad and DZ Deathrays, Gyroscope, The Cribs (UK), Die! Die! Die! (NZ) and Pity Sex (USA). Joining the big talents are the duo behind Sophisticated Dingo, Jimmy and Lew, who have kicked off 2021 with an abundance of live shows, performing to four sold out Corner Hotel crowds in support of Press Club and Beddy Rays respectively, as well as selling out their own headline shows at The Tote and The Leadbeater, alongside a national co-headline tour with Raised As Wolves. 


Today, the band dropped their enticing music video for their latest single “Here To Stay”, which grapples with inner turmoil, growing self-doubt and compulsive indecision.