Upon returning from their April tour of the US and appearance at Canadian Music Week, Sydney indie-rock band Bad Pony have announced they will embark on an Australian tour.
The tour comes in support of their new single Deficiency, which singer Jarred Young has disclosed is about the selfish and greedy nature of Sydney.
The new track is cut from Bad Pony's forthcoming EP, a heavier follow-up to their successful 2015 debut Limbo.
The five-piece will kick off their May tour in Hobart before heading to Adelaide, Melbourne, Byron Bay, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Wollongong, Manly and Sydney.
Bad Pony will be joined on tour by Neighbour and indie pop band Swim Season (excluding Adelaide, Wollongong and Manly shows).
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The Toff In Town, Melbourne
Republic Bar, North Hobart
The Grace Emily Hotel, Adelaide
Yah Yah's, Fitzroy
Beach Hotel, Byron Bay
Night Quarter, Helensvale
Black Bear Lodge, Fortitude Valley
Uni Bar, Wollongong
Hotel Steyne, Manly