Against the Current Announce 2023 Australian Tour

Against the Current Announce 2023 Australian Tour
Against the Current Announce 2023 Australian Tour

New York pop-punk outfit Against The Current have announced a run of shows around Australia in September and October this year. The trio will kick things off at the Brightside in Brisbane on September 28th, before heading to Sydney, Melbourne, Belgrave, Adelaide, and finally ending up in Perth. See the full run of dates below.

Against the Current dropped a number of singles throughout 2022, including ‘Wildfire’ (from the Riot Games release League of Legends), ‘Teenagers’, and ‘Blindfolded’, the latter of which was released in early December.

Against The Current: ‘Blindfolded’

Led by vocalist Christina “Chrissy” Costanza, Against the Current rose to fame a decade ago, gaining popularity after posting covers to YouTube. Their breakthrough came in 2017, when they first collaborated with Riot Games for a League of Legends track called ‘Legends Never Die’.

The band’s debut album was 2016’s In Our Bones, which was followed by 2018’s Past Lives – both of which came out via prominent pop punk and emo label, Fueled By Ramen. The band’s latest EP, Fever, came out in 2021.

Against The Current Australian Tour 2023

  • Thursday, 28th September – The Brightside, Brisbane

  • Friday, 29th September – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

  • Saturday, 30th September – Stay Gold, Melbourne

  • Sunday, 1st October – Sooki Lounge, Belgrave

  • Tuesday, 3rd October – Jive Bar, Adelaide

  • Wednesday, 4th October – Amplifier Bar, Perth

An early bird pre-sale will happen from Wednesday, 25th January at 10am AEDT – register here. General tickets go on sale Friday, 27th January at 10am local time via Destroy All Lines.

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