The beloved scamps of Frenzal Rhomb are hitting the road again for another run off the back of their ninth studio album, Hi-Vis High Tea, from December through February, taking in some less-visited locales along the way.
The multi-month journey gets under way on Friday 15 December at the Wagga Wagga Tavern, heading on to stages in Albury, Laurieton, Woolgoolga, Melbourne (for a New Year's Eve show with The Bennies), Canberra, Ulladulla, Hobart, Newcastle, Geelong, Ballarat, Narrabeen and Ipswich, where they close out at the recently announced Hotter Than Hell event alongside Eskimo Joe, Jebediah and more.
It's an extensive run that will give the band ample time to air all the faves from their 20-track new(ish) album — their first such release since 2011's Smoko At The Pet Food Factory and following a harrowing period of multiple hospitalisations for the band's members — as well as some classics from the catalogue for the old faithfuls in the crowd.
Tickets for all shows go on sale from 9am this Friday, 13 October.
Home Tavern, Wagga Wagga
Kinross Woolshed, Thurgoona
Laurieton United Services Club, Laurieton
Seaview Tavern, Woolgoolga
Max Watt's, Melbourne
The Basement, Belconnen
Marlin Hotel, Ulladulla
Brisbane Hotel, Hobart
Barwon Club Hotel, South Geelong
Karova Lounge, Ballarat
Narrabeen RSL, North Narrabeen
Racehorse Hotel, Booval