The Buoys
The Buoys
Great Southern Nights in association with Village Sounds presents

The Buoys

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Albion Hotel (Parramatta, NSW)
Thursday, 14 March 2024 7:00 pm
11 days away
18 Plus
Indie
Alternative
Rock

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The Buoys blasted out of the local punk rock scene, and in just a few short years, released three EPs together, playing sold-out shows across the country that have earned them a devoted following and engrained this Sydney based all-female rock band into Australian music culture. From coming in at #85 on Triple J’s Hottest 100 of 2021 with ‘Lie To Me Again’, to touring with the likes of The Dandy Warhols, Arctic Monkeys, DMA’S and Ball Park Music, The Buoys themselves are devoted to playing high-octane shows, and as a result have cemented their place as an unmissable live show experience.

2023 has been a huge year for The Buoys, having recorded their debut album ‘Insert Title Here’ and releasing singles ‘I Want You’ and ‘Fight Back Time’, the latter a collaboration with Norway’s Sløtface. Both singles received full adds on Triple J rotation, and saw both domestic and international playlisting, including Local Noise covers and an Indielista cover (Norway) as well as NMF (Aus, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark). It wouldn’t be The Buoys without squeezing in extensive touring around such major projects. 2023 has seen The Buoys play shows with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, DMAs, Royal Blood, IDLES and embark on the Spilt Milk festival tour, they are after all a live band that lives and breathes live music.

Great Southern Nights 2024 will take place from 8-24 March 2024 featuring more than 300 gigs across 17nights throughout Sydney’s inner city and Western Sydney, as well as shows in seven key musiccommunities across NSW, including Tamworth, Wagga, Newcastle, Wollongong and the Northern Rivers.