Deadshowws - 'Two Toned // She Said' Tour - Newcastle
Deadshowws - 'Two Toned // She Said' Tour - Newcastle
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Deadshowws - 'Two Toned // She Said' Tour - Newcastle

King Street Warehouse (Newcastle, NSW)
Saturday, 16 March 2024 8:00 pm
16 days away
18 Plus
Australian Artists
Metal / Hard Rock

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Coming into 2024 with a fresh new Two Track dropping in February 2nd, Deadshowws are super excited to support the release with their ‘Two Toned // She Said’ Tour! Stopping at Wollongong, Newcastle and Budgewoi, this tour will feature both tracks live, some new merch and some very exciting supports.

Deadshowws are even blends of self betterment and self deprecation, smoothed over with an anthemic energy that keeps gig goers coming back time and time again. Their mix of overdriven power chords and delicate ambient lead lines prove to create a unique experience for everyone. Bringing together a solid blend of influences including Violent Soho, Narrow Head and Pandamic, they want to continue to bring their music to new audiences and have a positive effect on people’s lives

Following a massive 2023 which saw them embark on two headline East Coast tours, as well as supports alongside Pennywise, Ocean Grove, British India, Pacific Avenue and Horror My Friend, a slot on December’s Rolling Sets festival, and a sold-out national tour alongside Dear Seattle, Deadshowws aren’t slowing down coming into the new year.

2024 has a lot on the horizon for Deadshowws, with their first release of the year coming in February, plus many other exciting projects. The year will also see them embark on a huge national regional tour opening for Dear Seattle, support slots alongside The Rubens, the second ever edition of Deadfest in July, and a headline slot on the 2nd edition of Safe Sounds Festival.