Okay, so we were wrong about one thing with our Luca Brasi tour news – Melbourne emo-punks Camp Cope didn't make the lineup after all – but we were right about their opening acts being some deliciously huge names. In the
lead-up to their ever-approaching national headline tour, the Tassie rockers have announced that US post-hardcore crew Pianos Become The Teeth are joining the fold, alongside local legends Maddy Jane and Speech Patterns.
Making their first journey Down Under in four painfully long years, Pianos Become The Teeth are set to blow us away with choice cuts from their acclaimed 2014 album, Keep You. It'll be the first time Australian fans have the chance to hear the jams live, and if the studio versions give us any indication, yeah, they're gonna f*** us up somethin' serious.
Tasmanian up-and-comers Maddy Jane and Speech Patterns are both on their way to being some of the country's biggest and brightest stars. triple j are absolutely frothing Jane: her debut single "Drown It Out" has copped a some much-lauded airtime on the national radio hub, and she's also landed herself the title of an Unearthed feature artist. Fresher than ever after coming off a short hiatus, Speech Patterns are making waves with their bright and biting
brand of melodic punk – just ask tourmates The Smith Street Band, Title Fight and The Menzingers, to name a few.
The tour – Luca Brasi's biggest to date with the boys making their debuts as theatre headliners – kicks off in Adelaide at the tail end of June, before rolling through Melbourne, Perth, Melbourne (again), Hobart (twice), Brisbane and Sydney.
Suss the full tour details after the jump!
with Pianos Become The Teeth + Maddy Jane + Speech Patterns
Thursday June 22nd - The Gov, Adelaide
Friday June 23rd - 170 Russell, Melbourne SOLD OUT
Saturday June 24th - Capitol, Perth
Sunday June 25th - 170 Russell, Melbourne
Wednesday June 28th - Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
Thursday June 29th - Brisbane Hotel, Hobart SOLD OUT
Friday June 30th - The Triffid, Brisbane
Saturday July 1st - Metro Theatre, Sydney