The tour announcement comes hand in hand with a new single.
After recently revealing plans to release their new album, Far Enough, in March, Cable Ties have some more good news for fans.
The punk trio will head on a mammoth Australian tour this year to launch their new record, spanning 12 dates in total. In addition to a handful of already announced festival slots across the remainder of February, Cable Ties have revealed plans to hit the road again in April for a string of headline gigs.
The Melbourne garage rockers have also delivered a taste of their forthcoming album with the release of the second single from the record, ‘Self-Made Man’. A scathing commentary on patriarchal values and the idolisation of what society perceives to be a successful man, the razor-sharp track showcases the raw energy and unapologetic honesty that Cable Ties are known and loved for.
See Cable Ties’ Far Enough tour dates below.
Gaytimes 2020, Yarra Valley – Friday February 14
Something Unlimited, Darbin – Saturday February 15
Vic On The Park, Sydney – Friday February 28
Farmer and the Owl Festival, Wollongong – Saturday February 29
Waywards, Sydney – Friday April 24
Servo, Port Kembla – Saturday April 25
Transit, Canberra – Sunday April 26
The Golden Wattle, Adelaide – Friday May 1
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne – Saturday May 2
Four5Nine, Perth – Friday May 15
Mojos, Fremantle – Saturday May 16
The Foundry, Brisbane – Saturday May 23
In the meantime, give ‘Self-Made Man’ a spin.
Grab your tickets via the respective venue websites. Far Enough is out on Friday March 27 via Poison City / Merge Records.