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Sly Withers – Everything Tour

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A new era of Sly Withers begins with Everything. Everything’s on the table. Everything’s back to the venues we all know and love, with good friends in tow. Everything is singing as loud as you can with your mates surrounding you, getting home safe and being good to your mum.

We can’t wait to hang out, and we’re stoked to bring smol fish with us across the country – as well as Foothead (Boorloo/Perth), Amends (Mulubinba/Newcastle), Florida Man (Warrang/Sydney), Talk Heavy (Meanjin/Brisbane), Oscar the Wild (Tarndanya/Adelaide), Eaglemont (Naarm/Melbourne) and Siobhan Cotchin (Goomburrup/Bunbury).

From high-school hopefuls to festival main-stagers, Perth’s Sly Withers are the West Australian embodiment of hard work paying off and dreams coming true. Their emotive, weighted brand of big-swinging alt-rock has seen them play to sold-out audiences across the country, ranging from sweaty rock club headliners of their own to arena support slots with Amy Shark and Tones & I. They’ve amassed millions of streams, frequent national radio airplay, scored the coveted #69 (nice) in the 2021 triple j Hottest 100 with their lighter ballad ‘Clarkson’ and have had both of their last studio albums – 2021’s Gardens and 2022’s Overgrown – debut at number 10 on the ARIA album charts, ahead of pop conglomerates like Harry Styles and Taylor Swift. A band that leaves it all on the stage, with hearts pinned on sleeves and guitars cranked to 11, Sly Withers are a true and undeniable force for good within Australian music.

Indie rock four-piece smol fish are a band of best friends from Boorloo (Perth), Australia. With earnest lyricism and playful instrumentation, the band explores the lovely and lonesome aspects of being a 20-something navigating the world today. 2024 is looking bright, with an EU/UK tour in April/May, and a new single ‘If Only’ hitting playlists and being added to triple j rotation. Be sure to superglue your socks to your feet, because smol fish are ready to blow them off!

We acknowledge that these events are taking place on stolen land. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

We expect a certain level of respect and good behaviour from our patrons. Please remember that everyone is at the show to have a good time, so look after yourself and those around you. If you’re feeling uncomfortable or unsafe please flag down staff or anyone from the bands. We’re here to make sure your experience is 100% in your control.

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