THE HARD ACHES BRING INDIE-PUNK TO THE SEWING ROOM
Australian indie-punks The Hard Aches will play The Sewing Room on June 21 hot on the heels of a major European and UK tour.
2018 was a monumental year for the band, with the Adelaide two-piece unleashing their sophomore album ‘Mess’ to rave reviews from critics and fans alike.
It saw front man Ben David (vocals, guitar) and drummer Alex Upton team up with esteemed Melbourne producer Sam Johnson (Camp Cope, The Bennies) at his studio before engaging the talents of Grammy-Award winning engineer, William Bowden, to give the newly-formed punk anthems their finial finesse.
Now 2019 is proving just as big for the band as they embark on an extensive national tour.
Queensland indie four-piece, Major Leagues, will be joining The Hard Aches on tour, with The Sewing Room their only Perth show.
The Sewing Room is Perth’s favourite live music venue and nightclub and is located in a restored basement on Wolf Lane, just off Murray Street in the heart of the city.