Hard-Ons announce national tour and new album

Hard-Ons announce national tour and new album


Plus, a brand new single.

Aussie punk rockers Hard-Ons have unveiled a huge list of national tour dates in the lead up to their new album.

Their 12th studio album, So I Could Have Them Destroyed, is being released on Friday October 11. The record will come with 12 tracks and clock in at a neat 30 minutes all up. Original Hard-Ons founding member Keish de Silva has returned to perform on the record, giving the tracks an extra punk rock dimension.

To win over fans in the meantime, the band have dropped their first single off the record, ‘Harder And Harder’. The track got its radio premiere earlier this week on Double J.

Check out the national tour dates for Hard-Ons below:

Friday November 8 — Evelyn Hotel, Melbourne VIC
Friday November 15 — Rosemount Hotel, Perth WA
Saturday November 16 — Mojos, Fremantle WA
Friday November 22 — Vinnie’s Dive Bar, Gold Coast QLD
Saturday November 23 — The Foundry (as part of Punk Fest), Brisbane QLD
Friday November 29 — Altar, Hobart TAS
Saturday November 30 — Pub Rock Diner, Devonport TAS
Friday December 6 — Crown & Anchor, Adelaide SA
Saturday December 7 — Brighton & Seacliff Yacht Club, Seacliff SA
Friday December 13 — Lansdowne Hotel, Sydney NSW
Saturday December 14 — Dicey Riley’s, Wollongong NSW

Tickets for Hard-Ons’ national tour are on sale now. For more info, head to the band’s event page on Facebook.