They’ll reform to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut album Hold, Hold, Fire.
After a five year hiatus, Melbourne rockers Calling All Cars are coming out of the woodwork to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their debut album, Hold, Hold, Fire. They’ll hit the stage at Northcote Social Club in May for a special one-off performance to mark the occasion.
Released in 2010, Hold, Hold, Fire saw the young band attracting national attention and earnt them a nomination for Best Independent Hard Rock or Punk Album at the Independent Music Awards. Soon, they were frequenting stages around the country and establishing themselves as festival favourites.
A decade on, Calling All Cars are set to reclaim their place on the stage for the first time in five years. They’ll be belting out tracks from their critically-acclaimed debut, so prepare for a dose of nostalgia.
Catch Calling All Cars at Northcote Social Club on Saturday May 30. Tickets are available via the venue website.
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