US Punk outfit Signals Midwest have announced an Australian Tour. Coming down under to appear on The Smith Street Band’s Pool Party in Melbourne. The band have also announced a handful of other dates; including as stop in Newcastle on Friday March 9.
The band will be playing at The Hamilton Station Hotel; supported by Sydney’s Zzzounds, and local acts Paper Thin and Jen Buxton.
Signals Midwest frontman Maxwell Stern is no stranger to the shores of Australia. He was first in the country back in 2014; supporting Wil Wagner on an Australian tour that shook the walls of The Lass O’Gowrie.
He then returned in 2016 for a tour with his Folk/Alt-Country band Meridian. Now, he returns again with Emo/Punk band Signals Midwest.
The band have become a mainstay of the US indie-punk scene in the last decade. Their three albums, released through Tiny Engines, show a band that refuse to slow down or stop moving forward.
They’ve shared the stage with the likes of Violent Soho. The Smith Street Band, Beach Slang, PUP, Sorority Noise and more. The band have made their name with an impassioned live show, sharp hooks, and Stern’s nostalgia-soaked reflective lyricism.
Frontman Maxwell Stern has also announced a series of solo dates on the East Coast of Australia. He plays a free show at The Hamilton Station Hotel on Thursday, March 1st with Pinch Hitter, Spencer Scott, and Christabelle Blue.
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