Cry Club will finally get the chance to tour their debut album, God I’m Such a Mess, around Australia. They’ll hit Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Wollongong and Brisbane on the five date tour this June and July.
The Wollongong-bred, Melbourne based duo are as gentle in spirit as they are ferocious on stage, they have a flair for creating relatable, empowering and danceable anthems coupled with head-turning moments of intrigue and flawlessly tight guitars. It’s this reputation that had them selling out rooms on their ‘Robert Smith’ tour and booked on festivals including Splendour in the Grass, Falls Festival and Lost Paradise.
God I’m Such a Mess is an album that seethes with go-for-broke honesty which provides it power and gravity. At its heart, it showcases the band’s use of theatrics, drama, and genre-bending to tell a more truthful story which was added as a ‘spotlight album’ on triple j, and named album of the week at ToneDeaf and The Music.
Tickets for the ‘God I’m Such a Mess’ tour are on sale now.
Ticket Prices: $20 + BF
Door Price: $25
June 6 – Lucy’s Love Shack – Perth
June 19 – Northcote Social Club – Melbourne
June 25 – Waywards – Sydney
June 26 – La La La’s – Wollongong
July 3 – Black Bear Lodge – Brisbane
“[Cry Club] have managed to craft a body of work that even veterans of the scene would be jealous of. God I’m Such A Mess is arguably on track to be considered one of the finest albums released in the awful year that has been 2020.” – Tyler Jenke, ToneDeaf
“God I’m Such A Mess is ambitious, chaotically fun and earnest… At face value Cry Club write faultlessly-crafted sugar-rush pop songs. If you dig a little deeper you’ll find thrilling observations on the power of being yourself, loving your friends, and all the messy, glorious beauty of being alive!” – Geordie Gray, ToneDeaf
“God I’m Such A Mess is a maelstrom of feelings and genre… They throw themselves into each track whole-heartedly” – Junkee
“Equally charismatic and chaotic, the debut album from Cry Club is a revolutionary pop-rock romp you’ll need to hear to believe” – Australian Guitar Magazine
“Subverting expectations with heavy-hitting noise-pop this side of punk and a stunningly bright, vivid aesthetic, Cry Club deliver a dazzling debut album” – Atwood Magazine
“Heather Riley continues to prove they’re one of the most fucking excellent performers on the microphone right now” – Project U
“A multi-faceted duo that capture the beauty and excitement of Australia’s genre-melting musical future” – Pilerats