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New World Artists & Six String Sounds presents

The Hard Aches - Canberra

Supported by MUNCIE GIRLS & THE FOOTBALL CLUB

Sunday 11 June 2017 (opening 8:00pm)

at Transit Bar ( venue info )
7 Akuna St, Canberra ACT
http://www.transitbar.com.au

**18+**

Reserve Tickets

Price includes booking fees

18+ General Admission $19.40
18+ GA + 7” Vinyl Bundle $35.70
Bundle Ticket: Ticket to the show Plus The Hard Aches / Muncie Girls Split 7” Vinyl to be collected from Merch desk at each show.

Indie­Punk Rock mainstay The Hard Aches are releasing a new single ‘BRAIN
DRAIN’, which will form side A of a split 7” that will be released with UK friends,
and all round good people Muncie Girls. Muncie Girls will make their Australian
debut as support of The Hard Aches June tour.

‘BRAIN DRAIN’ picks up from where 2016 EP ‘I Freak Out’ left off. Lyricisms delving into mental health, identity, as well as singer Ben David questioning his own ambitions, this is a song that is borne from insecurities, through an musical outlet that exists to give him some catharism. “I’ve never felt so alone, in a room of so many awkward people I know” ­ David laments, as he seeks to find his place in a world that he struggles to connect with.

Recorded at Holes & Corners Studios in Melbourne with the help of producer Sam Johnson (The Smith Street Band, Camp Cope, Bennies) the experience was a tester as they prepare a new album.

Joining The Hard Aches for all dates are Exeter, UKs MUNCIE GIRLS, and Melbourne's brightest THE FOOTBALL CLUB.

Muncie Girls released one of the finest indie punk albums of 2016, and were invited to play Great Escape Festival, SXSW, and tour with bands as diverse as Los Campesinos, Taking Back Sunday, & Beach Slang. Their single RESPECT is the b­side to the split 7” available for sale now, and is a real anthem of gender equality, erasing passive tolerance for misogyny

The Football Club are quickly being regarded as one of the most promising bands in the country. With their single IVY resonating so heavily with an array of new fans, Triple J Unearthed have earmarked them as one to watch in 2017.

‘BRAIN DRAIN’ is released by Anchorhead. The Adelaide punk label conceived 6 years ago by drummer Alex Upton which has seen releases by Foley!, The Flying So High­Os, Bec Stevens & more.

This is an 18+ event.

* Over 18's only unless advertised otherwise. * Photo ID is essential,­ acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence or Passport. Please check with the venue for any other acceptable forms of photo ID * All children under 18 not permitted including small children and babies * Intoxicated persons will not be admitted * No thongs or steel cap boots * The venue reserves the right to refuse admission to any person * Dangerous behaviour including Crowd Surfing, Stage Diving, Moshing and Violent Dancing is not allowed and will result in your immediate removal from this venue.*Inappropriate behaviour at this venue will lead to your banning.*