Bootleg Rascal: Hopefully This Happens at Some Point Tour
Bootleg Rascal: Hopefully This Happens at Some Point Tour
Good Intent & Lonely Lands Agency present

Bootleg Rascal: Hopefully This Happens at Some Point Tour

with Shag Rock & Scabz
Marrickville Bowling Club (Marrickville, NSW)
Saturday, 23 January 2021 8:00 pm
172 days away
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Alternative
Indie

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Gold Coast-based party starters Bootleg Rascal have just unleashed ‘Oh so Cool’ - another taste from their forthcoming staggered EP titled ‘Collaborations of Very Isolated Delinquents “19’ - produced by the band themselves, Ian Pritchett (Boo SeekaKim ChurchillAngus and Julia Stone), and Simon Dobson (Little MaySTUPID BABY).

Continuing down the pathway of sonic experimentation, ‘Oh so Cool’ is a quintessential party track that takes cues from the likes of Beastie BoysRun-D.M.C. and Gorillaz. The commanding cadences of front man Carlos Lara soar seamlessly above fuzz-laden guitars, rumbling bass and resounding drums, before transitioning into its compelling outro led by an infectious sing-a-long.     

Due to the unprecedented and evolving situation around the global pandemic, the band and their team have decided to push back their East Coast headline tour dates. Rescheduled shows will be held across January and February 2021, pending there is no risk to the health and safety of the band, crew, venue staff and fans. 

Since their mid-2013 inception, Bootleg Rascal have released a slew of singles, an EP and two albums, all warmly received by critics and fans around the world, with support from the likes of NMEThe Line of Best FitClash MagazinePilerats and Wonderland Magazine. Multiple tracks have been added to Spotify and Apple Music playlists, high rotation on triple j and they’ve performed on the station’s esteemed ‘Like a Version’ segment.

The band have continually traversed the globe playing multiple sold out headline shows in FranceUKHollandGermanyNew Zealand and Australia, and performed sold out shows in the USA. They’ve also regularly appeared on major Australian festivals including Falls FestivalThe Big Pineapple FestivalLost ParadiseHills are AliveFestival of the Sun and Party in the Paddock